Industry Analysis & Industry Trends
Revenue for the Private Schools industry is expected to increase, as the economy continues to recover. During the five years to 2015, enrollment decreased, which was a trend attributable to rising costs and competition from charter schools. However, in the next five years, household income is anticipated to increase, making it easier for families to afford private-school tuition. Additionally, enrollment declines will lesson, resulting in more stable demand for private schools... purchase to read more
Industry Report - Industry Investment Chapter
The Private Schools industry has a low level of capital intensity. IBISWorld estimates that for every dollar spent on wages, industry operators will spend $0.08 in capital investment. Capital investment is mainly in computers, tablets and other education equipment. Schools also require capital investments on classrooms, desks, seating, auditoriums, gyms and other buildings and equipment. Over the past five years, capital intensity has remained constant. Capital investment declined partly due to the declining enrollment in industry schools.
School operations are labor intensive, as education requires a great number of staff members to interact with students and handle administrative duties... purchase to read more