Indiana’s unemployment rate held steady last month at 3.2 percent, remaining at its lowest point since December 2000. The rate hasn’t increased since July last year.
Indiana is spending a lot of time and money on workforce development, but some question whether it's the best approach.
A debt collection agency plans to open a call center in Jeffersonville that company officials say will eventually employ more than 600 workers.
The $4.6 million investment promises to create 70 jobs by 2021.
The program is called Next Level Veterans. It’s a source for career training and a homebuyer program tailor made for veterans.
A new round of layoffs is taking effect at the Carrier factory about a year after President Donald Trump touted a deal to save some of the plant's jobs.
Employees at a manufacturing facility will get to keep their jobs as a factory slated to close down, will stay open under a new owner.
Carrier said Tuesday the layoffs originally planned for Dec. 22 will now occur Jan. 11 and affect only 215 workers, not the 275 it had last estimated.
Indianapolis-based Eli Lilly will cut about 3,500 positions in New Jersey, China, and Iowa.
In the next 18 months, the newly created DowDuPont will split into three businesses – for material sciences, specialty products and agricultural chemicals.