The Hoosier labor force shrank for the second month in a row.
Indiana private sector job growth rebounded after a tough April.
Indiana's unemployment rate declined despite March’s private sector job losses.
Indiana’s unemployment rate declined more over the last year than any neighboring state.
Indiana’s unemployment rate fell to 4 percent last month, its lowest level in more than 15 years.
The Indiana unemployment rate declined in November to four-point-two percent.
The state’s private sector added 5,600 jobs in August – the fifth consecutive month of private sector job growth.
Indiana’s unemployment rate is now at its lowest level since February. And it fell two months in a row for the first time in nearly a year.
The private sector has added jobs eight out of the 11 months since Indiana reached a new peak employment level last July.
More companies are looking to unemployed veterans to fill manufacturing openings.