Child Care Services Market Research Reports & Industry Analysis

The need for childcare has increased across the country in response to changing social and economic conditions. With childcare providers working both full-time and part-time in center-based care, this increase in need has led to an increase in jobs for those providing care as well as those who train child care workers in CPR and First Aid certifications, often required along with background check prior to their employment. The child care service industry, like many other businesses, can also be broken down into the for-profit and nonprofit sectors. For-profit child care services provide care for a set fee, usually based upon the number of children, amount of hours, and additional educational services. Non-profit child care services may rely on federal funds or other grants allotted for serving at-risk children with health services, social services, and educational opportunities and may have fees based on a sliding scale based upon the family’s income. There are generally two main types of care offered: center-based care and family childcare. Centers may offer part- and full-day preschool and pre-kindergarten programs in addition to day care programs. Family child care services provide care for children in their homes at a cost, and are the biggest group of self-employed persons in the industry.The child care service industry provides daycare for infants and children. While most child care facilities offer care for age groups ranging from infant to preschool, some offer afterschool or summer programs for older children. Additionally, these child care settings may offer various optional educational programs, such as phonics or other preschool and after school programs.
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Child Care Services Industry Research & Market Reports

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