Indiana’s unemployment rate went down in December, the second consecutive month it’s fallen.
Indiana’s unemployment rate rebounded in November after four consecutive months of increases.
Manufacturers say they're struggling to find skilled workers and they want the state to offer incentives for people to move to Indiana.
October marked the first time in six years the unemployment rate went up four consecutive months.
September marks four consecutive months of the state unemployment rate rising – the first time that’s happened in six years.
Indiana’s unemployment rate last month took its largest single-month jump in more than eight years.
Despite an increase in July, Indiana's unemployment rate remains well below the national average and lower than all neighboring states.
Indiana’s unemployment rate dropped last month to its lowest level in more than 16 years. Yet the private sector lost a significant number of jobs in April.
Indiana's unemployment rate declined despite March’s private sector job losses.
The Hoosier unemployment rate ticked up by one-tenth of a percent to 4.1 percent last month.