Stories and fact sheets about agbioscience in the Indy region.
According to TEConomy Partners, agribusiness is a significant economic driver of Indiana’s economy, employing just over 75,000 individuals, not including primary production workers (farming). As a result, the agbioscience sector in the Indy region represents more than 3 percent of Indiana’s total private sector employment. Indianapolis is a major player in this space with leaders such as Elanco, Beck’s Hybrids,and AgReliant Genetics.
Data is for the Indianapolis-Carmel-Anderson MSA unless otherwise noted
*2015, Indy Partnership 9-County Region
**2010-2015, Indy Partnership 9-County Region
Among core agbioscience occupations, Central Indiana has increased employment by double-digit growth rates and outpaced national job growth in every major occupational area since 2010.
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