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Retention? Retention. Retention!

Forbes listed Indiana as one of the top ten places to live in 2024, magnifying housing affordability, low unemployment, and great universities as the...

Annual Job & Resource Fair to be Hosted by Rep. Carson

Rep. André Carson (D-IN) will hold his annual Indianapolis Job and Resource Fair with Ivy Tech Community College on Tuesday, Aug. 8. The event...

Report: Pandemic permanently altered Indiana’s job landscape, exasperated racial disparities in education, job attainment

A new report found the COVID-19 pandemic permanently shifted the job landscape in Marion County, showing a high demand for workers with postsecondary degrees...

Businesses express concerns with finding workers as pandemic winds down

As COVID-19 guidelines ease, Black-owned businesses and businesses with a majority Black staff are searching for more employees; however, many companies have struggled to...

How ending federal pandemic unemployment programs could impact Black Hoosiers

In April 2020, when Indiana’s unemployment rate hit a record high of 16.9%, Tamarria Fernandez’s food service job was among the casualties. Fernandez, a cafeteria...

You will likely lose unemployment benefits if you refuse to go back to work

Workers who have been temporarily laid off because of the COVID-19 health crisis will likely lose their unemployment benefits if they refuse to go...

You will likely lose unemployment benefits if you refuse to go back to work

Workers who have been temporarily laid off because of the COVID-19 health crisis will likely lose their unemployment benefits if they refuse to go...

Unemployment insurance causing headaches as state begins distributing extra cash

Phone lines are tied up, and answers seem to be trickling in only a little bit at a time. Desperate for clarity, unemployed Hoosiers...

Unemployment insurance causing headaches as state begins distributing extra cash

Phone lines are tied up, and answers seem to be trickling in only a little bit at a time. Desperate for clarity, unemployed Hoosiers...

June 2015 Indiana Employment Report

Indiana’s unemployment rate decreased 0.2 percent to 4.9 percent in June due mostly to a 2,200 worker increase in the labor force and a...
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