abor market trends many times reflect the peaks and valleys of changing economic, business, demographic, political, technological and other circumstances; therefore, these additional resources provide even greater insights into the labor environment in Indiana and across the United States.
INDIANA CAREER CONNECT.COM
Features Much Data and Analysis on LMI
The state launched Indiana Career Connect.com in July 2008 to direct individuals to enhanced career advancement tools as well as provide employers with quick and efficient access to candidates. The site offers a hefty menu of services to individuals and em- ployers at no charge.
Indiana Career Connect.com offers individuals the most com- prehensive source of Indiana job openings as well as help in aligning his or her skills to avail- able jobs. Moreover, the site provides employers with access to an extensive database of job seekers and highlights qualified individuals with necessary experience and workplace abilities. The website's features for individuals include:
find a job;
create a resume;
explore a career; and
research the job market.
Meanwhile, employers have access to offerings such as:
find a candidate;
post a job;
research candidate trends; and
gather labor market information.
INDIANA BUSINESS RESEARCH CENTER
at Indiana University's Kelley School of Business
The Indiana Business Research Center at Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business is an extensive resource for data and analysis of economic and demographic information needed by business, government, and nonprofit organizations in Indiana and throughout the nation. One section, StatsIndiana, offers quick access to information such as labor force estimates, local employment dynamics, earnings and employment.
LEARN MORE INDIANA
Supports Hoosiers Pursuing College
The Learn More Indiana web site provides information and support for Hoosiers to pursue and complete college. The program is underwritten by a grant from the Indiana Depart- ment of Workforce Development and operates under the direction of the Indiana Commission for Higher Education.
OCCUPATIONAL INFORMATION NETWORK
O*NET — The Nation's Key Data Source
The Occupational Information Network, known as O*NET, is the nation's primary source of occupational information. The site has a database and related products to help em- ployers, workers, educators, and students make informed decisions about education, training, careers and work.
AMERICA'S CAREER INFONET
from the U.S. Labor Department
America’s Career InfoNet offers workforce, demo- graphic and economic information; the website is sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor.
BUREAU OF LABOR STATISTICS
A Wide Field of Labor Data
The DOL's Bureau of Labor Statistics website offers access to a broad field of labor economics and statistics. Moreover, BLS offers an Occu- pational Outlook Handbook. Revised every two years, the book describes what workers do on a job, working conditions, necessary training and education, earnings, and job prospects in a wide range of occupations.
U.S. CENSUS BUREAU
Features Local Employment Dynamics
And the U.S. Census Bureau website provides massive amounts of business information, including the Economic Census, Survey of Business Owners, and reports on Local Em- ployment Dynamics.
This page was last updated on: Tuesday, October 05, 2010