Lilly Endowment gave $62 million this week to Indiana universities, in hopes of providing graduates with jobs more in line with their degrees.
IU Health officials say they have to reduce the workforce because of increasing health care costs.
Employers are hiring an additional 780,000 seasonal workers this year.
Nearly 15 percent of 16- to 24-year-olds in Indiana neither work nor go to school, the Opportunity Index indicates.
IU Health plans to cut 900 jobs instead of the 800 it announced earlier this month.
The budget passed this year allocates an additional $1.1 million to encourage recycling in Indiana.
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.
Indiana’s manufacturing sector had its biggest one-month job increase in nearly nine years, but the state's unemployment rate also rose to 8.4 percent.
Over 400 Terre Haute employers can now recruit workers online.
Governor Mike Pence named four people to the 16-person Indiana Career Council on Tuesday and the group's first major progress report is due in December.