The U.S. Department of Labor is awarding grants to programs helping youth and adults re-entering society after incarceration.
After four months without a decrease in unemployment, Indiana’s rate fell below 6 percent in February.
A report shows smaller metropolitan areas like Indianapolis experienced the fastest growth in their LEP populations between 2000 and 2012.
An Indiana Chamber of Commerce survey finds most employers have a difficult time finding qualified employees.
The Trade Adjustment Assistance program is made available to workers who are displaced due to foreign imports or shifts in production out of the country.
A new employment program in Southwest aims to help 17 to 25-year-old dropouts receive GEDs and job training.
Pence says he wants the legislature to create what he calls ‘Indiana Work Councils’, which would create new curriculum for students not heading to college.
Mitch Daniels says the state needs to have "tough conversations" about the value of four-year universities versus community colleges.
Department heads say they don't need as many staff as they had five years ago but admit some jobs now take longer to do or have been outsourced.
Researchers say the traditional model that shows gradual distribution of employee performance has been used since the 1950's.