Indiana Chamber Unveils Database For Job Seekers

The online database is aimed at Hoosiers who have graduated from high school but have less than a four-year degree.

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Photo: Screenshot/Indianaskills.com

The Indiana Skills website was unveiled Monday.

The Indiana Chamber of Commerce unveiled Monday a new online jobs database called Indianaskills.com.

Indiana Chamber Vice President Derek Redelman says it is specifically geared toward Hoosier job seekers who have graduated from high school but have less than a four-year college degree.

“We hear regularly from employers across the state despite our persistent unemployment rates that they have thousands of jobs that can‘t be filled that fit into this so called, middle skills arena,” he says.

Redelman says there are definitely good paying jobs in Indiana that may only require two-year degrees and indianaskills.com aims to help users find those jobs. He says the site is free and they hope to expand and update it regularly.

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