Indiana's unemployment rate remains below the national average.
An Indiana-based health care provider will expand its operations with help from the state.
The online retailer will hire 80,000 seasonal employees around the country.
The company will expand its headquarters and plans to add hundreds of new jobs by 2019.
A report shows smaller metropolitan areas like Indianapolis experienced the fastest growth in their LEP populations between 2000 and 2012.
Rural jobs are on track to return to pre-recession levels, but prime-working aged adults are expected to leave counties where jobs will increase.
Angie's List is laying off about 5 percent of its workforce.
A new film-processing plant is expected to bring around 60 jobs to Daviess County.
A report from from the Indiana Institute for Working Families says Indiana has the highest percent growth of “low-wage” jobs of any of its neighboring states.
Indiana's unemployment rate fell to 5.9 percent in March, according to figures from the Department of Workforce Development.