Indiana lags in training enough workers to fill thousands of open manufacturing jobs – and some say reforms passed this year won't help fix that fast enough.
President Donald Trump is touting a new survey that shows record optimism among factory owners – a rosier picture than a similar Ind. survey painted last fall.
The expansion will allow Eli Lilly to increase the manufacturing of Trulicity, a diabetes product the company launched a couple years ago.
The Hoosier unemployment rate ticked up by one-tenth of a percent to 4.1 percent last month.
Manufacturing jobs require specialized training, so companies having a hard time filling open positions are finding new opportunities to teach workers.
President-elect Donald Trump attacked the United Steelworkers union president who represents workers at Carrier in Indianapolis on Twitter Wednesday.
United Technologies chief executive Greg Hayes says a $16 million investment to limit outsourcing will increase automation, meaning "there will be fewer jobs."
Fewer jobs will be saved at Indianapolis’ Carrier factory than originally announced.
Authors of a recent study from the Indiana Business Research Center say the reports shows more investment in job training would go a long way.
Researchers hope their solution will reap big savings in fuel and production costs.