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米国における保育サービス:業界分析(第7版)

U.S. Child Day Care Services: An Industry Analysis (7th Edition)

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米国における保育サービス:業界分析(第7版) U.S. Child Day Care Services: An Industry Analysis (7th Edition)
出版日: 2010年05月24日 ページ情報: 英文 251 pages

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概要

当レポートでは、610億米ドル規模の米国保育サービス産業について検証し、1990〜2008年の収益実績と2013年までの予測、エンドユーザーの動向、政府の支援と政策、市場シェアなどをまとめ、概略下記の内容でお届けいたします。

イントロダクション:調査範囲・調査方法・情報源

ビジネスの性質

概要と主な調査結果

保育のための政治的・法規制見通し

業界に影響を及ぼす人口統計要因

産業規模と成長

業界構造と競合

  • 業界構造
  • ファミリー保育
  • 保育センター
  • 雇用者支援プログラム
  • フランチャイズ

保育費用

住み込みのベビーシッター兼家庭教師

  • 管理当局
  • 2009年のINA給与・手当て調査

雇用者支援保育

  • 現状
  • 一般的支給手当て

教会での保育サービス

病院での保育サービス

大学での保育サービス

経済実績と主な割合

主な営利保育センターチェーンプロファイル

  • Knowledge Learning Corp.
  • Learning Care Group
  • Bright Horizons Family Solutions
  • Nobel Learning Communities
  • Goddard Systems
  • Child Development Schools

リファレンスディレクトリ

目次
Product Code: FS17

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Abstract

This new Marketdata study examines this $61 billion day care services industry, analyzing the structure and nature of for-profit and non-profit day care services, competitor profiles, actual revenues from 1990-2008, 2009-2010 estimates, forecasts to year 2013. Analysis of effects of the recession and why demand is still strong. Report covers: national/state market potentials, extensive end-user demographics, fees/cost of day care, major industry trends, industry consolidation, market niches, operating ratios, employer-based programs, government support/political & legislative outlook (by specific program), franchising, market share, and much more.

Results of new phone surveys, proprietary research, latest trade group-trade journal-private sector surveys, and extensive Census Bureau data. While birth rates level off at 4 million per year, those for women over 30 are rising, and these are mothers most likely to return to work quickly, Federal funding has tapered off the past several years, with household spending the key driver of growth. Study includes separate chapters analyzing Nannies & Nanny Agencies, as well as the Au Pair system. Demand for quality, affordable care remains strong, but fees vary widely and are rising faster than inflation. In-depth competitor profiles for: Knowledge Learning Corp., Learning Care Group, Nobel Learning Communities, Bright Horizons Family Solutions, Child Development Schools, Goddard Systems. Ranking of top 50 companies and revenues. Study contains 100 tables and charts

Table of Contents

Introduction - Study Scope, Methodology, Sources Used 1-6

Nature of the Business 7-11

Executive Overview & Major Findings ($300) 12-42

  • Major report findings. Highlights of all chapters: Child care' s importance in the economy, industry definition, major trends & developments, industry status
  • report, demand factors (birth rates, women in the workforce, etc.), industry structure
  • (no. of facilities by type: family day care homes, group centers, church, military,
  • colleges, hospitals, federal gov' t.- status of each), discussion of recession, consolidation,
  • industry $ size & growth: 1990-2013 forecasts, 2008-2009 performance, taxable/taxexempt
  • sites, political and legislative outlook/funding for child care 2000-2010, typical
  • fees/costs, 2009 revenues of top 6 companies, regulated child care home 1991-2007, by
  • type, major indy. Operating ratios, avg. receipts, payrolls, indy. 5-year balance sheet.

The Political And Legislative Outlook For Child Care ($175) 43-64

  • History and discussion of Federal child care assistance.
  • History and recent funding/status of: Dependent Care Tax Credit, the Child Care
    • Development Block Grant, Social Services Block Grant, Head Start, Child and Adult Care Food Program, Transitional Assistance for Needy Families.
  • Discussion of 2009 expanded dependent care tax credit/family relief act
  • Recent trends in state funding of Pre-K programs - discussion.

Tables:

  • Federal Programs That Support Child Care -definition
  • Value of Child Care Tax Credits Filed On Individual Income Tax Returns: 1998-2007
  • Estimated Value of Child Care Tax Credit: 2000-2010F
  • Child Care Development Block Grant Expenditures: 2000-2010
  • Child and Adult Care Food Program Expenditures: 1998-2009
  • Estimated Child & Adult Care Food Program Expenditures: 2000-2010
  • Social Service Block Grant Expenditures: 1998-2007
  • Estimated Social Services Block Grant Expenditures: 2000-2010
  • Head Start Appropriations: 1998-2008
  • Estimated Head Start Expenditures: 2000-2010
  • TANF Appropriations and Expenditures: 2000-2006
  • Estimated TANF Expenditures: 2000-2010
  • Federal Expenditures for Child Care Related Services, by Type: 2000-2010
  • Annual Percent Change in Federal Expend. For Child Care Services: 2001-2010
  • Top 10 States by Total State Funding for Pre-K Programs: FY 1999 vs. 2009.

Demographic Factors Affecting the Industry ($250) 65-108

Discussion & analyses of:

  • Demographic trends - summary & discussion of birth rates, delayed marriages, postponed childbearing, birth rate decline during the recession.
    • Women in the Work Force - discussion of trends.

Tables:

  • U.S. Annual Live Births and Birth Rate: 1980 to 2009
  • *.Fertility Rates for Women by Age Cohort: 1990 to 2008
  • Fertility Rates for Women by Age Cohort for Birth of First Child: 1990 to 2003
  • U.S. Population, No. of Children under Age Six, and Projected Live Births: 2000-2010
  • Labor Force Participation Rates: 1990-2008
  • Labor Force Partic. Rates of Women by Presence/Age of Youngest Child: 1990-2008

Highlights of survey: "Who' s Minding the Kids? (Spring 2005 - latest avail.), 1999 Census survey: "Who' s Minding the Kids? & 2006 study: "Who' s Minding The Kids in the Summer?"

In-depth discussion and analysis of these topics...

  • Trends in child care arrangements
  • Differences in child care arrangements based upon the age, education, income, and race of the family.
  • Average weekly child care payments
  • Differences in payments based upon the age, education, income, and race of the family.

15 detailed statistical Tables:

  • Primary Child Care Arrangements of Preschoolers under age 5 living with mother, by employment status & select characteristics of mother: 2006 (by race, marital status, education, family income), by type/location of care
  • Primary Child Care Arrangements by Employed Mothers of Preschoolers: 1985 to 1999 (by age, race, marital status, education - for all tables below)
  • Child Care Arrangements for Preschoolers by Family Characteristics and Employment Status of Mother: Spring 1999
  • Child Care Arrangements for Preschoolers by Family Characteristics and Employment Status of Mother for Employed Mothers: Spring 1999
  • Primary Child Care Arrangements of Preschoolers of Employed Mothers: Spring 1999
  • Primary Child Care Arrangements of Preschoolers of Employed Mothers: Spring 1999
  • Weekly Child Care Payments by Families with Employed Mothers of Children Under 5: Spring 1999
  • Average Weekly Child Care Expenditures by Employed Mothers of Children Under 5: Spring 1999
  • Average Weekly Child Care Expenditures by Employed Mothers of Children Under 14: Spring 1999

Size & Growth Of The Industry ($200) 109-123

Discussion & analyses of:

  • Census Bureau Estimates - positives and limitations
  • Other Estimates of the Size of the Industry - by trade groups, brokerage firm analysts, Natl. Child Care Assn., competitors
  • Federal Child Care Expenditures - discussion
  • Household Child Care Expenditures - discussion
  • Estimated U.S. Child Care Expenditures
  • Discussion of factors affecting revenues during 2008-2009 recession, 2010 outlook
  • 2013 Forecast: discussion of rationale for growth, factors affecting revenue/demand.

Tables:

  • Estimated Annual Receipts for Taxable/Tax-Exempt Child Care Firms: 1986-2008
  • Estimated Annual Receipts for Taxable, Tax-Exempt, and Non-employer Child Care Firms: 1997-2007
  • Comparison of Estimates of the Size of the Child Care Industry
  • Historical Federal Child Care Expenditures: 1990-2010
  • Estimated Federal Government Child Care Expenditures, by type program: 1990-2010
  • Household Child Care Expenditures
  • Annual Growth Multiplier for Household Child Care Expenditures - Marketdata rationale
  • Estimated Household Child Care Expenditures: 1990-2010
  • Total estimated U.S. Child Care Expenditures: 1990-2010
  • Comparison of Estimates of Size of the Industry: Marketdata vs. other sources
  • Projected child care employment outlook from 2008-2018, Dept. of Labor data

Industry Structure & Competition ($250) 124-147

  • Industry structure - Summary & discussion of no. of providers, by kind.
  • Characteristics of Child Care Providers
  • Family day care
  • Child Care Centers
  • Estimated Number of Regulated Child Care Homes and Centers
  • Church-based Centers - status report
  • U.S. Military Facilities
  • Employer Sponsored Programs
  • Community Service Organizations - YMCA' s role
  • Colleges & University-based care - status report
  • Hospital-based care - status report
  • Government Programs - - status report
  • Discussion of family day care
  • Franchising Activity in The Child Care Industry, list of top companies/outlets
  • Typical Size and Operating Expenses of Child Care Centers

Tables:

  • Estimated Number of Day Care Provider Sites By Type: 2009
  • U.S. Census Bureau' s Estimate of the Number of Day Care Provider Sites, By Taxable vs. tax-exempt vs. non-employer establishments: 2007
  • Child Care Employment: 2002 to 2012F
  • Median Hourly Earnings of Various Child Care Occupations: 2008
  • Regulated Child Care Homes: 1991 to 2007
  • 10 Largest For-Profit Child Care Companies: 2009
  • Regulated Child Care Centers: 1993 to 2007
  • Estimated Number of Regulated Child Care Homes and Centers: 2000-2010
  • Average Annual Cost and Caregiver to Child Ratios in Dept. of Defense Child Development Centers
  • Average Annual Cost Per Child in Dept. of Defense Family Child Care Homes
  • Major Child Care Franchises (Entrepreneur magazine - costs, fees, no. of sites)
  • Typical Child Care Center Size & Expenses, by Kind.

The Cost of Child Care ($100) 148-158

  • Review/findings of NACCRRA 2009 report: Parents and the High Price of Child Care
  • Review/findings of USDA 2008 report: Expenditures of Children by Families
  • Census Bureau Survey of Income and Program Participation child care costs
  • Child care cost inflation. BLS Consumer Price Index for Child Care and Nursery Schools, reasons for recent above avg. fee increases due to demand, women' s Workforce participation during recession, etc.
  • Marketdata estimates of current and future child care costs

Tables:

  • Estimated Annual Expenditures on a Child by 2-Parent Family, 2008, by income class
  • Weekly Family Child Care Costs for Employed Mother, Kids Under 5: 1991-2005
  • Weekly Child Care Costs per Child, Employed Mothers with Children Under 5: 1991-99
  • Comparison of the Consumer Price Index: All Items Vs. Child Care & Nursery Schools: 1991-2010 1st qtr.
  • Comparison of the CPI for Child Care & Nursery Schools to Census SIPP Data
  • Actual & Estd Annual Increases for the CPI for Child Care/Nursery Schools: 2000- 2010
  • Estimated Child Care Expenditures: 2000 to 2010
  • Projected Family Child Care Costs: 2005-2010
  • Projected Child Care Costs per Child: 2005-2010
  • State child care costs: 50 states: 2008 $ price for care (infants, 4 yr. Olds, school age)

Nannies and Au Pairs ($200) 159-178

Nannies & Nanny Agencies

  • Nannies - Who Are They? - Demographics, typical duties, part-time babysitting demand grows, Status Report by head of INA, effects of the recession
  • The 2009 INA Nanny Salary and Benefits Survey: major findings for salaries, employment, family profile, wages in select cities nationwide.
  • Tax Issues
  • Nanny Agencies - role & discussion of
  • Nanny Surveillance - discussion of
  • Estimated Number of Nannies
  • The Major Industry Trade Groups - name/address

Tables

  • Number of Schedule H IRS Filings: 1995-2006
  • Leading U.S. Nanny Agencies: name/address/phone
  • Estimated Number of Nannies in the U.S. - 2000 to 2010

Au Pair Agencies

  • Au Pairs: Who Are They? - Demographics, typical duties
  • Participant and Host Family Qualifications
  • Tax Considerations
  • Effect of the recession
  • Au Pair Agencies
  • Estimated Number of Au Pairs

Tables

  • U.S. Dept. of State Designated Au Pair Sponsors: name/address/phone
  • Estimated Number of Au Pairs in the U.S.: 2000 to 2010

Employer-Sponsored Child Care - Status Report ($200) 179-196

Discussion & analyses of:

  • Current Trends, status report by Exchange magazine
  • Typical Employer Child Care Benefits Provided
  • Bureau of Labor Statistics National Compensation Survey: 2009 survey findings
  • Estimated Number of Employer Based Child Care Centers

Tables

  • Private Industry Employer Assistance for Child Care: 1999-2005
  • Private Industry Employer Assistance for Child Care: National Compensation Survey, March 2004
  • Estimated Number of Employer Based Child Care Centers: 2000-2010
  • 12 Largest Child Care Management Organizations

Church-based Day Care Services

  • Overview & discussion, role.
  • Estimated Number of Church-Housed Child Care Centers

Tables

  • 10 Largest Religious Organizations Housing Early Childhood Facilities in the US
  • Estimated Number of Church Housed Child Care Centers: 2000 to 2010

Hospital-based Day Care

  • Current Trends, Summary, Discussion
  • Child Care In Health Care, survey of member center operations.
  • Estimated Number of Hospital Sponsored Child Care Centers

Tables:

  • Hospital Sponsored Child Care Centers: 1980-2000
  • Estimated Number of Hospital Sponsored Child Care Centers: 2000-2010

College-based Day Care

  • Current Trends, Summary, Discussion
  • Findings of survey by National Coalition for Campus Child Care (type programs, age Of kids served, how center is funded, etc.)

Economic Operating Performance & Key Ratios ($300) 197-223

  • (some establishment data not yet available from 2007 survey)
  • Review of the Census of Service Industries from 1992, 1997, 2002, 2007
  • Discussion of for-profit and non-profit establishments; aggregate and per establishment financials; legal form of organization; industry concentration; distribution of centers by size; and distribution of centers by state and metro area. Summary of 2007 data released vs. data coming later in 2010-2011.
  • Industry balance sheet and income statements and select business ratios - discussion of industry' s financial health: 2005-2009

16 Detailed Statistical Tables:

  • Child Care Centers: Number of Establishments, Annual Receipts, and Annual Payroll: 1992, 1997, 2002, 2007
  • Child Care Centers: Number of Establishments, Average Annual Receipts per Establishment, and Average Annual Payroll: 1992, 1997, 2002, 2007
  • Child Care Center Establishments and Receipts by Legal Form of Organization: 2002, 1997
  • All Child Care Firms: Number of Establishments, by Receipts Size: 1997, 2002
  • All Child Care Firms: Number of Establishments, by Receipts Size: 2002
  • Industry Concentration by Top 50 Firms: Subject to Federal Taxes: 1992-2002
  • Industry Concentration by Top 50 Firms: Exempt, Federal Taxes: 1992-2002
  • Estabs. & Receipts of Firms Subject to Federal Income Tax, by State: 1997, 2002
  • Estabs. & Receipts of Firms Exempt from Federal Income Tax, by State: 1997, 2002
  • 100 Largest Metro Areas - Ranked by No. of Non-Profit Child Care Centers: 2002
  • RMA Annual Statements, Industry Balance Sheets/Income Statements: 2005-2009
  • RMA Annual Statements, Industry Balance Sheets/Income Statements: By company size: 2005-2009
  • RMA Annual Statements, Key Financial Ratios: 2005-2009.

Profiles Of The Leading For-Profit Day Care Center Chains ($250) 224-243

(In-depth profile covering: number of centers operated, company history, program descriptions, specializations, 2005-2010 financial performance, strategies, contracts, headquarters, mergers)

  • Knowledge Learning Corp.
  • Learning Care Group
  • Bright Horizons Family Solutions
  • Nobel Learning Communities
  • Goddard Systems
  • Child Development Schools

Reference Directory 244-251

  • Industry Trade Associations, Journals, Consultants, Other Sources
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