An economist says Indiana's unemployment rate could reach as low at 8.3 percent or as high as 9.5 percent in 2012.
Indiana economists say the state's unemployment rate is flat lining.
The head of the Indiana National Guard says more must be done to help address joblessness among veterans.
The employment snapshot of 13 metro areas across Indiana shows unemployment rates dropping since last September.
Grants could give homeowners as much as $18,000 depending on their need.
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.