Indiana needs college graduates. But what does it offer?
Consider: a low cost of living, cities and small towns, outdoor space, and cultural life. Indiana has every type of business, from Fortune 500 companies to small tech startups, and in every industry, too.
According to the Indiana Economic Development Corp., the industries that really define Indiana are life sciences, automobiles, energy, and national security.
You can find out more about these industries through your campus career center but also from the organizations that support Indiana’s top business sectors, including TechPoint (tech jobs; TechPoint.org), BioCrossroads (life sciences; BioCrossroads.com), Conexus (advanced manufacturing and logistics; ConexusIndiana.com) and Energy Systems Network (clean energy; EnergySystemsNetwork.com).
The job forecast is hotter for some careers in Indiana than others; check out the list from the Indiana Department of Workforce Development on pages 14-15.