However, with the improved unemployment rate, Indiana is no longer eligible for the last 20 weeks of federal unemployment benefits.
Indiana economists say the state's unemployment rate is flat lining.
The national unemployment rate fell one-tenth of a percent last month, though Indiana’s rate remains lower.
The state’s jobless rate has still dropped roughly two percent in just two years.
The Indiana AFL-CIO workers’ union is petitioning Congress to extend unemployment benefits.
The New Census report covers a number of economic indicators from unemployment to health insurance statistics.