Hoosiers by the Numbers is maintained by the Research and Analysis division of the Indiana Department of Workforce Development. General topics include: demographics, economic indicators, education, income and wages, industry, labor force, occupation, and unemployment in Indiana.
Indiana History Online provides access to primary sources focusing on the people, events, and places that made Indiana the state it is today. The collection is divided into five overarching subjects: “The Land,” “Life on the Frontier,” “Indiana as a Territory,” “Indiana as a State,” and “Using Primary Sources in the Classroom.” Each category contains a general essay that is organized alongside corresponding primary documents to enhance the use of the archived material.
Provides current and archival access to the Indiana Register, which includes rules filed with the Secretary of State, proposed rules, emergency rules, and selected other documents, such as official opinions of the Attorney General and executive orders of the Governor, and the Indiana Administrative Code, which includes the text of all unrepealed and unexpired permanent rules.
Provides access to selected statistics collected by the Census Bureau through the American Community Survey (including detailed demographic, social, economic and housing statistics) and County Business Patterns (including annual statistics for businesses with paid employees at a detailed geography and industry level).