Hoosier factories are hosting groups of high school students this week as part of an industry push to connect young people with manufacturing careers.
The state's top business sector says 2017 reforms didn't go far enough to realign existing workforce spending and create incentives to attract new workers.
Indianapolis could meet Amazon's real estate, infrastructure and demographic criteria, analysts say, but will have trouble with the workforce requirements.
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.
LaPorte Mayor Blair Milo will become the state’s first Secretary of Career Connections and Talent.
It's the next phase of the state's SkillUp program, which aims to help localize training efforts for an estimated one million job openings in the next decade.
Conexus Indiana will partner with five big Indiana firms to run a new vet-focused jobs site that could eventually expand to other industries.
Indiana lags in training enough workers to fill thousands of open manufacturing jobs – and some say reforms passed this year won't help fix that fast enough.
It's promising news for Indiana factories where many skilled, long-time workers are nearing retirement.
The legislature allocated enough money last year to fund two initiatives, but the governor chose three recipients.