Day Care Industry Report

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DayCareintheUS October 2012

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Taking care: Parents will require child care again as employment rises, boosting revenue

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Day Care in the US
October2012
2 AboutthisIndustry
2 2 2 2 Industry Definition Main Activities Similar Industries Additional Resources 15 International Trade 16 Business Locations

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29 KeyStatistics
29 Industry Data 29 Annual Change 29 Key Ratios

18 CompetitiveLandscape
18 Market Share Concentration 18 Key Success Factors

30 Jargon&Glossary

3 IndustryataGlance 4 IndustryPerformance
4 4 5 8 Executive Summary Key External Drivers Current Performance Industry Outlook

18 Cost Structure Benchmarks 20 Basis of Competition 21 Barriers to Entry 22 Industry Globalization

23 MajorCompanies 25 OperatingConditions
25 Capital Intensity 26 Technology & Systems 26 Revenue Volatility 27 Regulation & Policy 28 Industry Assistance

10 Industry Life Cycle

12 Products&Markets
12 Supply Chain 12 Products & Services 13 Demand Determinants 14 Major Markets

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DayCareintheUS October 2012

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AboutthisIndustry
IndustryDefinition
This industry provides day care services for infants and children. These establishments generally care for preschool children, but may care for older children when they are not in school, such as during the summer or after school hours. Establishments may also offer some educational programs.

MainActivities

Theprimaryactivitiesofthisindustryare Providing babysitting services Providing child and infant day care Providing group day care Operating Head Start programs Operating prekindergarten facilities Operating preschool facilities

Themajorproductsandservicesinthisindustryare Child care centers Family day care services Nanny and babysitting services

SimilarIndustries

61111a PublicSchoolsintheUS Schools provide supervise and educate school-age children. Many schools offer day care services outside of school hours. 61111b PrivateSchoolsintheUS Private schools tend to offer more child care services than public schools.

AdditionalResources

Foradditionalinformationonthisindustry www.bls.gov Bureau of Labor Statistics www.census.gov US Census Bureau www.childcare.gov US Department of Health and Human Services Administration for Children and Families

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DayCareintheUS October 2012

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IndustryataGlance
DayCarein2012 KeyStatistics Snapshot
Revenue

$46.8bn 2.3%
Profit

AnnualGrowth07-12

$2.8bn
MarketShare

2.8% $22.4bn 832,782
Wages Businesses
Per capita disposable income
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AnnualGrowth12-17

Revenue vs. employment growth
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There are no Major Players in this industry
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0 −2 −4

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Employment
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Products and services segmentation (2012)
Family day care services

KeyExternalDrivers
Percapitadisposable income

15%

Laborforceparticipation rateoffemales

Numberofchildrenaged 9yearsandyounger National unemploymentrate Nanny and babysitting services

20%

Child care centers

65%

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IndustryStructure

Life Cycle Stage Revenue Volatility Capital Intensity Industry Assistance Concentration Level

Mature Low Low High Low

Regulation Level Technology Change Barriers to Entry Industry Globalization Competition Level

Heavy Low Medium Low High

FOR ADDITIONAL STATISTICS AND TIME SERIES SEE THE APPENDIX ON PAGE 29

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