FILE In this June 23, 2014 file  photo, recruiter Christina O, left, with New Western Acquisitions, meets with employment seekers during a job fair in Philadelphia. As the economic recovery enters its sixth year, many Americans don't feel better off.  The strong jobs report on Friday, Nov. 7, 2014, showed that the jobless rate the most closely watched gauge of the economy’s health is down to 5.8 percent. After Tuesday’s midterm elections, exit polling showed how little falling unemployment has resonated. Most voters said they cast their ballots out of fear for the economy, stripping the Democrats from the Senate majority and implicitly rejecting President Barack Obama.  Many Americans don’t feel they’ve benefited from falling unemployment any more than they have from a sustained rise in the stock market or from solid U.S. economic growth. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke)

NE Indiana unemployment rate remains low

The workforce in Northeast Indiana has grown by around 8,000 people over the last year, and 7,000 of those people were in Fort Wayne, accord…