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.
The legislation would bar employers from discriminating against veterans.
The private sector added 5,900 jobs in Indiana, but the state's unemployment rate held at 8.4 percent, which is a full percent higher than the national rate.
Over 400 Terre Haute employers can now recruit workers online.
The nonprofit watchdog group Law School Transparency has been critical of law schools that advertise the potential success of graduates.
House Speaker Brian Bosma and House Minority Leader Scott Pelath are sponsoring a bill to bring together Indiana’s education and workforce development sectors.
Indiana's unemployment rate dropped 0.2 percent from September, and the private sector added 7,700 jobs.