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Tutoring & Driving Schools in the US: Market Research Report

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Tutoring & Driving Schools Market Research Report | NAICS 61169 | Jun 2014

Average score: Increasing demand will spur growth, but shifting requirements may stifle progress

The Tutoring & Driving Schools market research report provides key industry analysis and industry statistics, measures market size, analyzes current and future industry trends and shows market share for the industry’s largest companies. IBISWorld publishes the largest collection of industry reports so you can see an industry’s supply chain, economic drivers and key buyers and markets.

Report Snapshot
Market Share of Companies
There are no companies with a dominant market share
Industry Statistics & Market Size
Revenue
$9bn
Annual Growth 08-13
-0.8%
Annual Growth 13-18
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Profit
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Employment
272,211
Businesses
128,522
Industry Analysis & Industry Trends

Funding under the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) program and greater competition among high school students for college admission have boosted demand for tutoring and test preparation services. In the five years to 2019, the tutoring and test preparation segment will continue to lead the industry's performance, but the trend of more students enrolling in discretionary services will likely boost revenue. Additionally, improving per capita disposable income will support this segment's recovery. However, profit growth will be hampered by a growing number of online competitors, which will significantly contribute to price competition... purchase to read more

Industry Report - Industry Investment Chapter

The Tutoring and Driving Schools industry has a low level of capital intensity. IBISWorld estimates that for every dollar spent on wages, industry operators will spend $0.07 in capital investment. Capital investment is mainly in technology systems and vehicles. Over the past five years, capital intensity declined slightly; in 2009, for every dollar spent on wages, industry operators spent about $0.08 in capital investment. Capital investment declined partly due to establishments being able to rent premises on an as-required basis; particularly for those firms offering short-term courses (e.g. first-aid training and self-defense). Furthermore, during the recession establishments delayed upgrading their equipment and vehicles, in an effort to cut operating expenses... purchase to read more

 


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What is the Tutoring & Driving Schools Industry?

This industry includes exam preparation and tutoring services, automobile driving schools and various other educational services. Academic schools, colleges and universities are excluded from this industry, as are schools offering instruction in business, management, computers, technical and trade areas, fine arts, athletics and languages.

Industry Products
Exam preparation and tutoringDriving schoolsOther schools
 
Industry Activities
Providing academic tutoringProviding exam preparationProviding remedial courses at learning centersProviding driver training (except bus, heavy equipment and truck)Providing Bible school instruction (except degree granting)Providing first aid instructionProviding public speaking trainingProviding self-defense (except martial arts) instructionProviding speed reading instructionProviding survival training instruction


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