InContext is a publication about Indiana's workforce and economy from the Indiana Business Research Center at Indiana University's Kelley School of Business.
by Amia K. Foston and Michael F. Thompson
7.4 percent of Hoosier households do not have access to a checking or savings account, while an additional 16.8 percent still use non-bank institutions for financial transactions (such as check-cashing services or payday loans). But those numbers vary significantly depending on race, income level and metro area. Read more >>
by Molly Manns
As Indiana taxpayers, we all want them: deductions and exemptions. Learn which ones are the most popular and provide the biggest payouts.
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by Rachel Justis
Most of Indiana’s legislative districts can expect changes to their boundaries during the redistricting process this legislative session since each district’s population must be equal. This analysis highlights the current congressional, senate and house districts that have too many residents and which ones have too few people now that the Census 2010 data are available.
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by Carol O. Rogers
How many Hoosiers work in Illinois? Take a quick look at commuting patterns between these two states. Read more >>
by Carol Rogers
Explore southeastern Indiana's Realtors Region 6, including population, housing and labor force statistics. Read more >>
Changes in the automotive industry have led to many displaced workers in Indiana, Michigan and Ohio. At the same time, the auto industry itself cannot find enough people with in-demand skill sets to fill their open positions. The Driving Change: Greening the Automotive Workforce Conference will explore the critical workforce issues created by the transformation of the auto industry and the evolving green economy.
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