In some Indiana counties, as many as 75 percent of all college students leave Indiana after graduation.
One in three graduates from Indiana’s public colleges left the state and the ones with the most advanced degrees were the most likely to leave.
New figures show Indiana has more people moving out of the state than coming in.
Inside Indiana Business’ Gerry Dick says it is the nation's not necessarily Indiana's economy that has shaken confidence.
The net migration of students coming into Indiana was 8,382, though 15-20% leave after graduation.
On Friday, Terre Haute Mayor Duke Bennett met with one of four Deputy Mayors of Krakow, Poland to learn how that city has turned its image around.