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Dubois County

Dubois County offers genuine communities and successful careers. Residents give their time, talents, and resources generously to create clean neighborhoods, successful businesses, and thriving downtowns.

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Defense Sector Program

Our Defense Sector Program offers out-of-state workers $5,000 to relocate to southern Indiana and work for a company in our defense industry. Purdue@WestGate's Job Board offers a list of open opportunities to apply for!

Once you accept a position in the Indiana Uplands Region, your employer must send a copy of the offer letter from the hiring company to verify the job offer, job title, and salary, which must be a minimum of $60,000.

Please contact our office at 812-277-9778 with any questions about this program!

Why Dubois County?

Population: 43,632

Cities and Towns: Birdseye, Ferdinand, Holland, Huntingburg, and Jasper

Top Employer Industries: Woodworking and furniture-making, advanced manufacturing, and logistics

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Outdoor Recreation

The Parklands of Jasper is a 75 acre urban renewal endeavor which turned a private golf course and the surrounding area into Indiana’s Natural Destination. It features two miles of walking trails including a multi-purpose path, a splash pad, and so much more!

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A locally owned ice cream shop, Zax Creamery is known for their homemade ice cream, espresso bar, pastries and now breakfast sandwiches!  

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The Dubois County Bombers are a summer collegiate baseball team in Huntingburg. Their stadium? League Stadium, originally built in 1894, played home to the Rockford Peaches in the 1992 hit movie, A League of Their Own!

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Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Huntingburg’s Historic Fourth Street has been lovingly restored to a charming Victorian downtown, housing more than two dozen locally owned antique and specialty shops and unique eateries.

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