Substantive, easy-to-read articles about Indiana's workforce and economy.
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is a publication about Indiana's workforce and economy from the
Indiana Business Research Center
at Indiana University's
Kelley School of Business
Inside the May-June Issue
The Home/Work Balance: Visualizing Commuting in Indiana
by Thea Evans
The average Indiana commute in 2014 was 22 minutes one way, which equates to almost eight days spent commuting each year.
A Closer Look at Self-Employment in Indiana
by David Waldron
More than 79,000 Hoosiers are self-employed. Who are these workers and what do they do?
Slowing Population Growth
by Matt Kinghorn
A population slowdown is evident in most Indiana counties, with all county types (urban, suburban, micropolitan and rural) seeing slower growth since the Great Recession.
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