Indiana’s unemployment rate last month took its largest single-month jump in more than eight years.
At a study committee on the issues, regulators said the state may be missing millions in revenue because of fraud – but couldn't say how much they've recouped.
Seventy percent of the past year's job growth was concentrated around cities, while rural places struggled to create new jobs and maintain their workforces.
Despite an increase in July, Indiana's unemployment rate remains well below the national average and lower than all neighboring states.
The Hoosier labor force shrank for the second month in a row.
Indiana private sector job growth rebounded after a tough April.
Indiana's unemployment rate declined despite March’s private sector job losses.
Indiana’s unemployment rate declined more over the last year than any neighboring state.
Indiana’s unemployment rate fell to 4 percent last month, its lowest level in more than 15 years.
The Indiana unemployment rate declined in November to four-point-two percent.