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Indiana turned 2020 into its 4th straight year of record economic growth, despite COVID

(Jon Zimney/95.3 MNC)

Indiana’s state leaders say 2020 marked the fourth consecutive year of record economic growth, despite the pandemic.

The Indiana Economic Development Corporation and Governor Holcomb announced earlier this month that 282 companies committed to locate or grow in the state, with investments amounting to more than $5.6 billion for Indiana operations.

Those firms also created up to 31,000 new jobs with an average hourly wage above $28.

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Marie January 14, 2021 at 6:36 pm

I’m not believing the growth in Indiana. Many people are unemployed due to Covid, Laid Off and Businesses Bankrupted

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