The Hoosier labor force shrank for the second month in a row.
Indiana private sector job growth rebounded after a tough April.
Bosma offers employment opportunities for the blind, but a Supreme Court ruling last year could have a grave impact on its efforts.
People who experience blindness can experience depression and difficulty finding opportunities to live a normal life.
Although Indiana University fired Tom Crean this week, a $4 million buyout means he'll still be the highest paid state employee.
Indianapolis, Carmel, Fort Wayne and Clarksville locations employ about 40 people total.
The state reached historic peak employment levels in July — levels not seen since March 2000.
Right now there is an eight-room emergency housing facility in Columbus, and during the winter agencies often have to place homeless people in hotel rooms.
The Hoosier State’s unemployment rate decreased to 4.9 percent last month — the first time it’s been below 5 percent since February 2008.
Greenwood's mayor says the distribution center will be an economic boon to the area.