Hamilton County's low jobless rate roils labor market

McLaughlin, Kathleen
March 2014
Indianapolis Business Journal;3/3/2014, Vol. 35 Issue 1, p3
The article reports on the low unemployment rate in Hamilton County which roils labor market. It states that unemployment rate in county is the lowest in Indiana and was called by economists as full employment which create demand for labor. It mentions that businesses like South of Chicago Pizza and Beef needs several more full-time and part-time workers and employees were working double shifts to meet the big influx of customers.


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