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 jobless rate continues to run below the national figure.
More than 15 Northwest Indiana employers are expected at Ivy Tech Community College’s Spooktacular Career Fair Oct. 31.
Goodwill Industries on Aug. 15 dedicated its new $8 million Gary campus at 4610 W. Ridge Road.
Ball State economist Michael Hicks believes the labor market report released Aug. 2 may look good from the outside but contains mixed signals.
A new study shows the domestic maritime industry employs 15,360 people in Indiana and generates more than $3.9 billion annually for the state’s economy.
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.
Insurance brokerage firm Gibson recently made several staffing appoints at all levels of the organization.
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.