Department heads say they don't need as many staff as they had five years ago but admit some jobs now take longer to do or have been outsourced.
However, with the improved unemployment rate, Indiana is no longer eligible for the last 20 weeks of federal unemployment benefits.
The housing market and auto sales showed substantial growth last month.
Economic advisors tell the State Budget Committee both the Indiana and U.S. economies will grow over the next couple of years, but that growth will be slow.
The head of the Indiana National Guard says more must be done to help address joblessness among veterans.
IU Professor of Economics John Mikesell says the probability of Congress coming up with a proper solution isn’t looking good.
Many analysts believe Indiana's economic recovery will be a slow one.
With the strain of the economy, Brown and Bartholomew County Big Brothers, Big Sisters chapters are looking to merge in an effort to continue providing services
A forecast received Wednesday by the State Budget Committee offers little hope of economic growth in the near term.
The Indiana AFL-CIO workers’ union is petitioning Congress to extend unemployment benefits.