The Indiana Department of Workforce Development said in its review of state unemployment data for the past year said Indiana employment peaked in June with 2,750,700 Hoosiers working in the private sector.
Students at Michigan City High School seeking a career in advanced manufacturing can graduate as a Certified Production Technician with industry credentials and work experience now that the school is certified as a State Earn and Learn (SEAL) program.
Indiana’s unemployment rate has remained unchanged for four straight months.
Jobless rates in some parts of Indiana rose in November when compared to the same month a year ago and fell in others.
The Indiana Department of Workforce Development, citing Bureau of Labor Statistics data, said the state’s jobless rate for November was 3.2%, where it has been since September.
Employers are collaborating with educational institutions, governmental and nonprofit entities to ensure they can find skilled and reliable workers.
Indiana’s jobless rate in October was 3.2%, which is unchanged from September, according to the Indiana Department of Workforce Development.
The Indiana Department of Workforce Development said the state’s overall private sector employment has grown by 21,500 jobs between September 2018 and September 2019.
Indiana’s unemployment rate for August was 3.3%, which was below the national number of 3.7%.
A slight drop in number of people in the state’s workforce likely is the reason behind Indiana’s unemployment rate falling in June when compared to May.