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2011, each adding employees at more than 3%.
This supersector will end 2011 with 8,000 additional jobs to total 272,600 employees, then grow
by 7,500 in 2012. Educational Services (Private)
In 2010, private-sector educational services consisted of 2,259 organizations and 32,300 employees. This includes educational institutions that can
be classified as private not-for-profit, private forprofit, religious exempt, and private occupational.
Growth in 2011 increased more than expected, and
the sector should end the year with 33,300 employees, for growth of 3.1%.
Public education accounted for more than 188,000
employees in 2011. Public education is detailed
in the state and local government sections of this
book. Public elementary and secondary educators
are in local government; public higher education is
in state government.
The education sector has a tendency to be countercyclical relative to the economy; the growth in this
sector during the last two economic downturns
supports this theory. Academic leaders at all types
of institutions continue...
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This note was uploaded on 02/11/2013 for the course MGMT 231 taught by Professor Yu during the Spring '13 term at Bauder.
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