Indiana added 8,800 private sector jobs in September but the unemployment rate rose.
Indiana had a three-month averaged unemployment rate of 8.5 percent, triggering an extension of federal unemployment benefits.
Indiana's unemployed will no longer be able to receive both severance pay and unemployment benefits.
Indiana's unemployment rate has been below the national average for seven months.
Officials say the error rates are misleading because of the way errors are counted at the federal level.
Inside Indiana Business’ Gerry Dick says it is the nation's not necessarily Indiana's economy that has shaken confidence.
Despite Kokomo’s unemployment rate inching up a tenth of a percent in July, the city’s mayor says the number doesn’t tell the whole story.
The national unemployment rate fell one-tenth of a percent last month, though Indiana’s rate remains lower.
The report is based on telephone interviews with more than 4,000 executives from a variety of fields throughout the United States.
New metro-level jobs numbers indicate every metropolitan area in Indiana except Columbus saw unemployment go up.