Marc Mullins, WRTV Indianapolis

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Past articles by Marc:

The Rebound Indiana: Businesses eligible for Ready to Restart grants

The city of Indianapolis and the Indy Chamber teamed up to use a portion of the city's CARES Act funding to provide $5,000 reimbursement grants. → Read More

Hiring Hoosiers: IU Health looking to hire health care recruiters

With the ongoing demand for physicians, surgeons, and nurses in Indiana, there comes a new push to hire more people to recruit health care workers. → Read More

Lebanon boy writes letter to mayor asking for a sidewalk

The note starts quite simply: "Dear Mayor Gentry. I'd like to inform you John Bart Road needs a sidewalk." → Read More

IU Health doesn't require a degree for registration specialists

IU Health has roughly 1,030 registration specialists around the state. → Read More

Indianapolis program opens doors for seniors to return to the workforce

We are highlighting a program helping some of our older neighbors, who want to work, but may have some trouble removing the barriers that come with ageism. → Read More

Demand grows year after year for seasonal Santas

'Hoosier Santas' helps book Santas and provides resources and advice for those interested in this kind of seasonal work. → Read More

Elwood's Hinds Career Center helps students in 7 districts find their career path

In the quiet, small Madison County town of Elwood, you'll find a place helping teenagers make big plans. → Read More

'Earn & Learn' at Saint Joseph's College of Marion University

St. Jospeh's College is a new educational pathway, helping students achieve big dreams. → Read More

Indiana State Fair relies on recruiting to attract workers

The Indiana State Fair has been trying to fill more than 1,000 positions to cover the fair's 17-day run, from Aug. 2 through Aug. 18. → Read More

Apprenticeships offer path into plumbing industry

Licensed plumbers in Indiana typically earn between $54,000 to $80,000 per year, to start. → Read More

Local organization provides employment opportunities for those with criminal records

Landing a job can be tough if you have a felony conviction on your criminal record, but one organization serving Central Indiana is helping forge a future for those who want a second chance. → Read More

Plenty of Jobs in the horizontal construction industry in Indiana

With Indiana on course to resurface more than 10,000 miles of roadways and repairing or replacing more than 1,300 bridges, there is plenty of work now and in the long-term future. → Read More

Twin brothers grateful for Goodwill chance

Despite their battle with cerebral palsy, twin brothers Troy and Garrett Wilson are flourishing in their respective departments for Goodwill Industries. → Read More

Cummins and Indianapolis Motor Speedway team up

The Indianapolis Motor Speedway and Cummins are teaming up in a sponsorship deal celebrating the engine maker's 100th anniversary. → Read More

Hotel project brings jobs, investment to downtown Indy

Hyatt Place & Hyatt House hotel will need a staff of 75 to operate. → Read More

IU Health makes changes to attract new nurses

IU Health now needs to fill between 700 and 800 nursing positions. → Read More

Indianapolis-based hospital network looks to add hundreds of new employees

Community Health Network has started utilizing text-based recruiting to help fill open positions. → Read More

Big-name company with a local foothold looks to hire more women

The company wants to hire roughly 60 new technicians this year. → Read More

Man4Man Ministries in Anderson helps ex-inmates reintegrate into society

When inmates are released from jail, some say it can be a journey to reintegrate into society. → Read More

Worker shortage means plenty of available jobs in HVAC industry

If you're willing to put in the work to land a job almost guaranteed, you could benefit from a looming worker shortage in one specialized field. → Read More