Indiana’s jobless rate appears to be in a holding pattern.
Indiana’s jobless rate was unchanged in July when compared to the previous month.
Raising pay for an assortment of jobs appears to be helping businesses across the country fill open positions.
Indiana’s unemployment rate in June was 4.1%, according to the latest information from the Indiana Department of Workforce Development.
Unemployment rates rose slightly in some of northern Indiana’s metro areas in May when compared to April.
Indiana’s jobless rate in May rose slightly from April.
The number of people out of work in Indiana is on the decline.
There were 47,002 few people employed in March when compared to the same month a year ago.
Indiana’s unemployment rate was 3.9% for March, down 0.1% from February, according to the Department of Workforce Development.
Indiana’s employment situation is showing some signs of recovery.