Industries in the educational services subsector provide instruction and training in a wide variety of subjects. The instruction and training is provided by specialized establishments, such as schools, colleges, universities, and training centers.
The subsector is structured according to level and type of educational services. Elementary and secondary schools, junior colleges, and colleges, universities, and professional schools correspond to a recognized series of formal levels of education designated by diplomas, associate degrees (including equivalent certificates), and degrees. The remaining industry groups are based more on the type of instruction or training offered and the levels are not always as formally defined. The establishments are often highly specialized, many offering instruction in a very limited subject matter (for example, ski lessons or one specific computer software package). Within the sector, the level and types of training that are required of the instructors and teachers vary depending on the industry.
Establishments that manage schools and other educational establishments on a contractual basis are classified in this subsector if they both manage the operation and provide the operating staff. Such establishments are classified in the educational services subsector based on the type of facility managed and operated.
Occupations in Demand
|Occupational Title||Wage||Typical Education
|General Office Clerks||$28,709||High school diploma or equivalent|
|High School Teachers||$56,540||Bachelor's degree|
|Janitors and Cleaners||$26,092||Less than high school|
|Secretaries and Administrative Assistants||$35,110||High school diploma or equivalent|