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December 2015 Edition

New Report Shows Indiana Highly Ranked

by | Mar 11, 2015
A national report from the Brookings Institution puts Indiana third out of all states for its total share of employment tied to advanced industries.

The study, titled “America’s Advanced Industries: What They Are, Where They Are, and Why They Matter,”analyzed 50 advanced industries which they defined as industries that invest heavily in technology innovation, employ a workforce highly skilled in STEM areas and that “encompass the country’s best shot at supporting innovative, inclusive and sustainable growth.”

Indiana’s top areas for advanced industries are:

  • Motor vehicle parts
  • Motor vehicle body and trailers
  • Computer system design
  • Iron and steel products
  • Medical equipment and supplies

The report also highlighted three mid-sized metropolitan areas for specializing in advanced manufacturing and ranking highly as compared to other mid-sized metropolitan areas, including Columbus, Elkhart and Kokomo in the top spots.

An interactive version of the report can be accessed at:http://www.brookings.edu/research/reports2/2015/02/03-advanced-industries#/M10420.

The Brookings Institution
www.brookings.edu

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November 2015 Edition

New Report Shows Indiana Highly Ranked

by | Mar 11, 2015
A national report from the Brookings Institution puts Indiana third out of all states for its total share of employment tied to advanced industries.

The study, titled “America’s Advanced Industries: What They Are, Where They Are, and Why They Matter,”analyzed 50 advanced industries which they defined as industries that invest heavily in technology innovation, employ a workforce highly skilled in STEM areas and that “encompass the country’s best shot at supporting innovative, inclusive and sustainable growth.”

Indiana’s top areas for advanced industries are:

  • Motor vehicle parts
  • Motor vehicle body and trailers
  • Computer system design
  • Iron and steel products
  • Medical equipment and supplies

The report also highlighted three mid-sized metropolitan areas for specializing in advanced manufacturing and ranking highly as compared to other mid-sized metropolitan areas, including Columbus, Elkhart and Kokomo in the top spots.

An interactive version of the report can be accessed at:http://www.brookings.edu/research/reports2/2015/02/03-advanced-industries#/M10420.

The Brookings Institution
www.brookings.edu

Indiana Advanced Industries logo

October 2015 Edition

New Report Shows Indiana Highly Ranked

by | Mar 11, 2015
A national report from the Brookings Institution puts Indiana third out of all states for its total share of employment tied to advanced industries.

The study, titled “America’s Advanced Industries: What They Are, Where They Are, and Why They Matter,”analyzed 50 advanced industries which they defined as industries that invest heavily in technology innovation, employ a workforce highly skilled in STEM areas and that “encompass the country’s best shot at supporting innovative, inclusive and sustainable growth.”

Indiana’s top areas for advanced industries are:

  • Motor vehicle parts
  • Motor vehicle body and trailers
  • Computer system design
  • Iron and steel products
  • Medical equipment and supplies

The report also highlighted three mid-sized metropolitan areas for specializing in advanced manufacturing and ranking highly as compared to other mid-sized metropolitan areas, including Columbus, Elkhart and Kokomo in the top spots.

An interactive version of the report can be accessed at:http://www.brookings.edu/research/reports2/2015/02/03-advanced-industries#/M10420.

The Brookings Institution
www.brookings.edu

Indiana Advanced Industries logo

September 2015 Edition

New Report Shows Indiana Highly Ranked

by | Mar 11, 2015
A national report from the Brookings Institution puts Indiana third out of all states for its total share of employment tied to advanced industries.

The study, titled “America’s Advanced Industries: What They Are, Where They Are, and Why They Matter,”analyzed 50 advanced industries which they defined as industries that invest heavily in technology innovation, employ a workforce highly skilled in STEM areas and that “encompass the country’s best shot at supporting innovative, inclusive and sustainable growth.”

Indiana’s top areas for advanced industries are:

  • Motor vehicle parts
  • Motor vehicle body and trailers
  • Computer system design
  • Iron and steel products
  • Medical equipment and supplies

The report also highlighted three mid-sized metropolitan areas for specializing in advanced manufacturing and ranking highly as compared to other mid-sized metropolitan areas, including Columbus, Elkhart and Kokomo in the top spots.

An interactive version of the report can be accessed at:http://www.brookings.edu/research/reports2/2015/02/03-advanced-industries#/M10420.

The Brookings Institution
www.brookings.edu

Indiana Advanced Industries logo

August 2015 Edition

New Report Shows Indiana Highly Ranked

by | Mar 11, 2015
A national report from the Brookings Institution puts Indiana third out of all states for its total share of employment tied to advanced industries.

The study, titled “America’s Advanced Industries: What They Are, Where They Are, and Why They Matter,”analyzed 50 advanced industries which they defined as industries that invest heavily in technology innovation, employ a workforce highly skilled in STEM areas and that “encompass the country’s best shot at supporting innovative, inclusive and sustainable growth.”

Indiana’s top areas for advanced industries are:

  • Motor vehicle parts
  • Motor vehicle body and trailers
  • Computer system design
  • Iron and steel products
  • Medical equipment and supplies

The report also highlighted three mid-sized metropolitan areas for specializing in advanced manufacturing and ranking highly as compared to other mid-sized metropolitan areas, including Columbus, Elkhart and Kokomo in the top spots.

An interactive version of the report can be accessed at:http://www.brookings.edu/research/reports2/2015/02/03-advanced-industries#/M10420.

The Brookings Institution
www.brookings.edu

Indiana Advanced Industries logo

July 2015 Edition

New Report Shows Indiana Highly Ranked

by | Mar 11, 2015
A national report from the Brookings Institution puts Indiana third out of all states for its total share of employment tied to advanced industries.

The study, titled “America’s Advanced Industries: What They Are, Where They Are, and Why They Matter,”analyzed 50 advanced industries which they defined as industries that invest heavily in technology innovation, employ a workforce highly skilled in STEM areas and that “encompass the country’s best shot at supporting innovative, inclusive and sustainable growth.”

Indiana’s top areas for advanced industries are:

  • Motor vehicle parts
  • Motor vehicle body and trailers
  • Computer system design
  • Iron and steel products
  • Medical equipment and supplies

The report also highlighted three mid-sized metropolitan areas for specializing in advanced manufacturing and ranking highly as compared to other mid-sized metropolitan areas, including Columbus, Elkhart and Kokomo in the top spots.

An interactive version of the report can be accessed at:http://www.brookings.edu/research/reports2/2015/02/03-advanced-industries#/M10420.

The Brookings Institution
www.brookings.edu

Indiana Advanced Industries logo

June 2015 Edition

New Report Shows Indiana Highly Ranked

by | Mar 11, 2015
A national report from the Brookings Institution puts Indiana third out of all states for its total share of employment tied to advanced industries.

The study, titled “America’s Advanced Industries: What They Are, Where They Are, and Why They Matter,”analyzed 50 advanced industries which they defined as industries that invest heavily in technology innovation, employ a workforce highly skilled in STEM areas and that “encompass the country’s best shot at supporting innovative, inclusive and sustainable growth.”

Indiana’s top areas for advanced industries are:

  • Motor vehicle parts
  • Motor vehicle body and trailers
  • Computer system design
  • Iron and steel products
  • Medical equipment and supplies

The report also highlighted three mid-sized metropolitan areas for specializing in advanced manufacturing and ranking highly as compared to other mid-sized metropolitan areas, including Columbus, Elkhart and Kokomo in the top spots.

An interactive version of the report can be accessed at:http://www.brookings.edu/research/reports2/2015/02/03-advanced-industries#/M10420.

The Brookings Institution
www.brookings.edu

Indiana Advanced Industries logo

May 2015 Edition

New Report Shows Indiana Highly Ranked

by | Mar 11, 2015
A national report from the Brookings Institution puts Indiana third out of all states for its total share of employment tied to advanced industries.

The study, titled “America’s Advanced Industries: What They Are, Where They Are, and Why They Matter,”analyzed 50 advanced industries which they defined as industries that invest heavily in technology innovation, employ a workforce highly skilled in STEM areas and that “encompass the country’s best shot at supporting innovative, inclusive and sustainable growth.”

Indiana’s top areas for advanced industries are:

  • Motor vehicle parts
  • Motor vehicle body and trailers
  • Computer system design
  • Iron and steel products
  • Medical equipment and supplies

The report also highlighted three mid-sized metropolitan areas for specializing in advanced manufacturing and ranking highly as compared to other mid-sized metropolitan areas, including Columbus, Elkhart and Kokomo in the top spots.

An interactive version of the report can be accessed at:http://www.brookings.edu/research/reports2/2015/02/03-advanced-industries#/M10420.

The Brookings Institution
www.brookings.edu

Indiana Advanced Industries logo

April 2015 Edition

New Report Shows Indiana Highly Ranked

by | Mar 11, 2015
A national report from the Brookings Institution puts Indiana third out of all states for its total share of employment tied to advanced industries.

The study, titled “America’s Advanced Industries: What They Are, Where They Are, and Why They Matter,”analyzed 50 advanced industries which they defined as industries that invest heavily in technology innovation, employ a workforce highly skilled in STEM areas and that “encompass the country’s best shot at supporting innovative, inclusive and sustainable growth.”

Indiana’s top areas for advanced industries are:

  • Motor vehicle parts
  • Motor vehicle body and trailers
  • Computer system design
  • Iron and steel products
  • Medical equipment and supplies

The report also highlighted three mid-sized metropolitan areas for specializing in advanced manufacturing and ranking highly as compared to other mid-sized metropolitan areas, including Columbus, Elkhart and Kokomo in the top spots.

An interactive version of the report can be accessed at:http://www.brookings.edu/research/reports2/2015/02/03-advanced-industries#/M10420.

The Brookings Institution
www.brookings.edu

Indiana Advanced Industries logo

March 2015 Edition

New Report Shows Indiana Highly Ranked

by | Mar 11, 2015
A national report from the Brookings Institution puts Indiana third out of all states for its total share of employment tied to advanced industries.

The study, titled “America’s Advanced Industries: What They Are, Where They Are, and Why They Matter,”analyzed 50 advanced industries which they defined as industries that invest heavily in technology innovation, employ a workforce highly skilled in STEM areas and that “encompass the country’s best shot at supporting innovative, inclusive and sustainable growth.”

Indiana’s top areas for advanced industries are:

  • Motor vehicle parts
  • Motor vehicle body and trailers
  • Computer system design
  • Iron and steel products
  • Medical equipment and supplies

The report also highlighted three mid-sized metropolitan areas for specializing in advanced manufacturing and ranking highly as compared to other mid-sized metropolitan areas, including Columbus, Elkhart and Kokomo in the top spots.

An interactive version of the report can be accessed at:http://www.brookings.edu/research/reports2/2015/02/03-advanced-industries#/M10420.

The Brookings Institution
www.brookings.edu

Indiana Advanced Industries logo

February 2015 Edition

New Report Shows Indiana Highly Ranked

by | Mar 11, 2015
A national report from the Brookings Institution puts Indiana third out of all states for its total share of employment tied to advanced industries.

The study, titled “America’s Advanced Industries: What They Are, Where They Are, and Why They Matter,”analyzed 50 advanced industries which they defined as industries that invest heavily in technology innovation, employ a workforce highly skilled in STEM areas and that “encompass the country’s best shot at supporting innovative, inclusive and sustainable growth.”

Indiana’s top areas for advanced industries are:

  • Motor vehicle parts
  • Motor vehicle body and trailers
  • Computer system design
  • Iron and steel products
  • Medical equipment and supplies

The report also highlighted three mid-sized metropolitan areas for specializing in advanced manufacturing and ranking highly as compared to other mid-sized metropolitan areas, including Columbus, Elkhart and Kokomo in the top spots.

An interactive version of the report can be accessed at:http://www.brookings.edu/research/reports2/2015/02/03-advanced-industries#/M10420.

The Brookings Institution
www.brookings.edu

Indiana Advanced Industries logo

December 2014 Edition

New Report Shows Indiana Highly Ranked

by | Mar 11, 2015
A national report from the Brookings Institution puts Indiana third out of all states for its total share of employment tied to advanced industries.

The study, titled “America’s Advanced Industries: What They Are, Where They Are, and Why They Matter,”analyzed 50 advanced industries which they defined as industries that invest heavily in technology innovation, employ a workforce highly skilled in STEM areas and that “encompass the country’s best shot at supporting innovative, inclusive and sustainable growth.”

Indiana’s top areas for advanced industries are:

  • Motor vehicle parts
  • Motor vehicle body and trailers
  • Computer system design
  • Iron and steel products
  • Medical equipment and supplies

The report also highlighted three mid-sized metropolitan areas for specializing in advanced manufacturing and ranking highly as compared to other mid-sized metropolitan areas, including Columbus, Elkhart and Kokomo in the top spots.

An interactive version of the report can be accessed at:http://www.brookings.edu/research/reports2/2015/02/03-advanced-industries#/M10420.

The Brookings Institution
www.brookings.edu

Indiana Advanced Industries logo