Indiana boasts a robust and resilient economy, largely propelled by its strong manufacturing sector. As indicated by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, a significant 17% of the state's nonfarm workforce is employed in manufacturing. This industry is a cornerstone of Indiana's economic prowess, with key exports ranging from industrial machinery and medical equipment to motor vehicles and pharmaceutical products. While the state's historical focus has been on manufacturing and agriculture, there has been a gradual shift toward tech-driven industries.
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