(UNDATED) - The Indiana Business Research Center says the state could see 300,000 new jobs by the year 2014.
That would mean the state employs about 3.3-million people overall.
Many service professions are expected to show openings, including clerks, cashiers, and waiters.
The state is currently about 37,000 jobs short of its high point, which it reached in May of 2000.
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