INDIANAPOLIS -- The state of Indiana says 100,000 jobs are currently unfilled – a statistic 1,400 Carrier workers facing the impending loss of their own jobs hope is true.
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Less comforting, perhaps, is the reality of many of those listings: 44,000 would pay less than $45,000 a year. More than 23,000 would pay less than $30,000. And only about 4,000 of those listings are in manufacturing.
Call 6 Investigator Rafael Sanchez has been reporting for months on the fear, the worry and the anger felt by the workers Carrier plans to leave behind when it moves the majority of its Indianapolis operations to Monterrey, Mexico.
Watch Part 2 of his "Moving to Mexico" TV special in the video player above. If you missed Part 1, you can find it here.
FULL COVERAGE: TIMELINE: Carrier to ship 1,400 jobs from Indiana to Mexico | Hogsett calls on Carrier to return $1.2M within 30 days Coats, Donnelly have 'disappointing' meeting with Carrier execsIEDC responds to Sen. Donnelly's comments on CarrierSen. Donnelly: Carrier never cited federal regulations as reason for moveUnion president: 'We're not going away quietlyCarrier employees protest move at statehouse|Pence on Carrier meeting: 'I don't want to create any false hope for people' Moving to Mexico: What you need to know about Monterrey, Mexico Moving to Mexico: On the ground in Monterrey, Mexico, where Carrier is moving Trump weights in on Carrier relocation to MexicoCarrier: Company did not receive $5M in federal stimulus fundsPresident of United Steelworkers Union: No hope of saving 1,400 jobsCarrier employees, local businesses reel after announcement of move to Mexico WATCH: Employees react to news that Carrier is moving from Indy to MexicoPence to review Carrier's plans to move to Mexico TRUMP: Carrier should be taxed for their goods after move to MexicoHogsett, Donnelly meet with Carrier workersCity, state stepping in to help Carrier employees Indiana leaders ask Carrier for a meeting to try to keep the plant, jobs in the state