Local Area Unemployment Statistics (LAUS)
Pick one of three ways to view labor force data, with your choice of whether the data are seasonally adjusted or not.
Not Seasonally Adjusted
Nation, states, counties,
Indiana regions and custom regions
Note: The Bureau of Labor Statistics will not begin publishing data for the updated 2013 statistical area definitions until 2015.
These are the official labor force projections for the State of Indiana released in November 2012 by the Indiana Business Research Center.
- Data Tables
- Analysis—Future Workers of Indiana: Projecting the Labor Force to 2040 (InContext, Nov-Dec 2012)
Labor Force Growing Older Across Indiana Metros
View interactive chart showing how Indiana's labor force composition is expected to shift in the coming decades.
Areas of Substantial Unemployment
The Employment and Training Administration provides data for Areas of Substantial Unemployment at the tract level. These data are estimated for July 2014 through June 2015 and are available for those applying for Targeted Employment Area funding from the Indiana Economic Development Corporation.
Note: Please pay close attention to the field and notes tabs in the files below for additional caveats and notes about the data.
- Interactive Charts of Not-Seasonally Adjusted Unemployment Rates: From Google's public data service, this provides graphing capability for all states and counties back to 1990.
- Hoosiers by the Numbers: Workforce-focused data portal for the Indiana Department of Workforce Development
- U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics