Indiana’s Governor points to a recent jobs report as reason for optimism.
Mitch Daniels says figures released from January show the state is making progress in recovering from the recession.
Indiana added 13,000 private sector jobs that month, which is the most since January of 2011.
The state’s unemployment rate hit a six month low at 8.6-percent.
The rate in Tippecanoe County’s is 7.4-percent. The City of Lafayette is at 7.6 and West Lafayette is at five-percent.