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In Demand: Middle–Skill Jobs

In Indiana, middle-skill jobs, which require an education beyond high school but not a four-year degree, make up the largest part of the labor market—about 59 percent.
But only about 48 percent of the state’s workers are trained to the middle-skill level, leaving a gap that employers are eager to fill. Examples include: dental hygienists, registered or licensed practical nurses, electricians, plumbers, and industrial machinery mechanics. You can see more of these middle-skill jobs on the Hoosier Hot 50 list on pages 14–15.

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