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.
The number of unemployment claims filed by Hoosiers in May have hit their lowest level so far in 2019.
Indiana’s maintains 3.6 percent jobless rate for third straight month.
Unemployment rates across metro areas in Northwest and North Central Indiana fell in April.
The Gary area’s unemployment rate was 6.3 percent in March, up from 5.5 percent in February.
Rising unemployment rates across Indiana’s metropolitan areas in January are typical right after the holiday season, according to a Purdue University Northwest economist. January jobless rates for the Gary area, Elkhart-Goshen area, Michigan City-La Porte area and South Bend-Mishawaka all increased for the month when compared to January 2018, according to data released by the […]
Unemployment rates in several of Indiana’s metropolitan areas increased in December. Jobless rates in the metro areas of Gary, which includes Lake County; Michigan City-La Porte, South Bend-Mishawaka and Elkhart-Goshen all rose in December when compared to December 2017, according to data released by the Indiana Department of Workforce Development. The Gary area jobless rate […]