The Hoosier State’s reach—from the Great Lakes to southern rolling hills—supports a broad based economy that includes a strong manufacturing base and agriculture, as well as large cities and smaller communities.  This diversity helped Indiana to weather the manufacturing decline that hurt many of its neighbors.  Indiana also has a strong system of public and private universities.  The legislature recently passed a bill to help ensure that the state’s economic development programs work.

By the numbers
  • 76.12013 employment rate for prime age workers

  • $16 billion unfunded pension liability.

  • 2,500 MWT of installed heat and power capacity as
    of 2011.


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