Indiana‘s unemployment rate stood at 7.7 percent for April this year compared to 8.5 percent in April 2011.
An Indiana expert says the Hoosier State is not alone in lacking skills needed for some jobs.
ThyssenKrupp Presta Terre Haute, LLC says it plans to hire 120 new employees by next year.
In the past Indiana’s number of volunteer hours has been above the national average. However, those hours fell below the national average last year.
Inside Indiana Business’ Gerry Dick says it is the nation's not necessarily Indiana's economy that has shaken confidence.
Despite Kokomo’s unemployment rate inching up a tenth of a percent in July, the city’s mayor says the number doesn’t tell the whole story.
The state’s jobless rate has still dropped roughly two percent in just two years.
Amazon is currently recruiting candidates for jobs at the Indianapolis facility.
Chief Deputy Auditor Steve Saulter says the state may have given the county more cash than it was owed.
The City of Bloomington and Ivy Tech have collaborated to join a study analyzing the way that non-profit arts organizations impact local economies.