WorkOnes Open
All 11 WorkOne Northeast career centers are open to walk-in customers. Service is also available by appointment. Hours and days of operation at the centers can be found here.  In complying with Gov. Eric Holcomb's recent directive, visitors to the centers eight years old and older must wear masks. People must continue to file for unemployment benefits online here. If you're having difficulty with your claim, here are the possible reasons. We developed a plan to address the safety of WorkOne Northeast staff and customers. That plan can be found here.

Labor Market REports


 
March 2020
Northeast Indiana Bucks Trend on Self-Employment
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December 2019
More Women Joining Skilled Trades Ranks; Represent Greater Share of Workforce
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August 2018
Increased Educational Attainment Lessens Chances of Living in Poverty
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January 2018
Earnings Among Northeast Indiana Industries Lag National Inflation Rate 
 
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March 2017
Higher Wages, Employment Prospects Linked To Educational Achievement
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November 2016
Women Increasingly Entering Region's Manufacturing Sector
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April 2016
Region's Post-Recession Earnings Growth Trails State, Nation
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February 2016
Oral and Written Communication Skills in Demand Among Region's Top 2 Industries
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November 2015

Many Young People Working in Lower-Paying Industries

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July 2015
Northeast Indiana’s 10 Largest Industries Growing, Wages Lagging
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April 2015
Male-Female Wage Gap Still Lingers
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February 2015
Manufacturing Assembly Jobs Leading Growth
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January 2015
Re-Employed Unemployment Recipients Likely to Make Less Money
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October 2014
Modest Employment Gains Projected for Region's Insurance Industry
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September 2014
Manufacturing Industries Led Recession Recovery.  Health Care Industries Also Strong Contributors
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With the help of Northeast Indiana Works, WorkOne Northeast, the Noble County EDC, Ivy Tech and the Freedom Academy, we were able to develop the foundation for the Dexter Skilled Trades Training Program. Without this partnership, we would not be able to meet our ever-growing customer demand.
Holly M. Pfeiffer, Human Resources Manager, Dexter Axle