The Indiana Economic Development Corporate has set a goal of helping the state's private sector to employ more than 2.5 million people.
A 25 percent drop in demand for blood supplies across the state is forcing the blood center to make budget cuts.
Some fields which use "middle-skill" workers include nursing and welding.
Indiana's unemployment rate remained at 8.7 percent in March, after rising for several months, but also shed 11,000 private sector jobs.
The study also says building and operating the first phase of the plan would pump $3.8 billion into the economy from 2015 to 2025.
Geico is renovating 109,000 square feet of space to open a new office in Carmel.
The Indianapolis Art Museum said Monday it needed to cut the jobs so it could rely more on donated and earned revenue for its operating expenses.
The Department of Workforce Development announced yesterday it would suspend unemployment benefits, then reversed that decision later in the day.
Chrysler officials announced they will also build a new plant in Tipton County.
Legislation that would create the Indiana Career Council passed the Indiana House on Tuesday.