Two pieces of legislation are aimed at getting servicemembers back to work.
The Indiana Skills2Compete Coalition says more training is needed for jobs that require more than a high school diploma but less than a four-year degree.
According to the Indiana Economic Development Corporation, only four of every five jobs promised has materialized over the last year.
Indiana's economy appears to be improving, based on the latest jobs report, and that could foreshadow higher state revenues for next year.
Indiana's unemployment rate dropped 0.2 percent from September, and the private sector added 7,700 jobs.
The online database is aimed at Hoosiers who have graduated from high school but have less than a four-year degree.
Indiana's unemployment rate decreased to 8.2 percent, but the private sector also lost 6,000 jobs.
Indiana's casinos have taken a hit because several casinos have opened in cities close to the state's border.
A new employment program in Southwest aims to help 17 to 25-year-old dropouts receive GEDs and job training.
Peabody officials say 230 workers will lose their jobs when the mine closes.