“Advancing the Common Good for Hoosiers through Public Policy,” a 2011 report by the Indiana Association of United Ways concludes: “Indiana's nonprofit sector continues to meet increasing demands with decreasing philanthropic and government funding.” In other words, nonprofit organizations must learn to operate more efficiently and effectively with reduced revenues.

And, according to U.S. News & World Report’sThe Best Jobs in 2015,” which was compiled from the list of U.S. Department of Labor’s projections, jobs in high demand include business, creative services, health care, science and technology, and social services.