Social Services Industry Overview
The social services market is at its fastest supported by the government funding
Federal, state, and local governments around the world spend hundreds of billions on social welfare programs in areas such as public aid, food stamps, medical insurance and assistance, and housing. A small percentage of the welfare budget always consists of housing assistance, which is provided through programs such as low-income housing rent and housing costs subsidies, whereas half of the budget is for social security, employee disability, workers compensation, and other social insurance programs. All this government funding helps the global social services industry thrive in spite of new social problems developing every day .
The social services market consists of the sales of social services and related goods by entities (organizations, sole traders and partnerships) that provide facilities relating to food supplies, education, health care, disaster relief activities and housing services and are offered by private or government establishments to improve living conditions and social well-being of under privileged children, disabled, elderly and the poor in a community.
Social Services Market Coverage
The Business Research Company covers 47 markets overall in the social services market providing global market numbers, market growth, market-specific drivers and restraints, trends, and other market specific information. The social services market is segmented in the following manner:
The educational services market consists of the sales or free provision of educational services and related goods by entities (organizations, sole traders and partnerships) that 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.
1.1.Other Educational Services
1.2.Colleges, Universities, and Professional Schools
1.3.Elementary and Secondary Schools
The social assistance market consists of sales of social assistance services by entities (organizations, sole traders and partnerships) that provide social assistance services such as child day care services, community food housing and relief services, vocational rehabilitation services and individual and family services. These services do not include residential or accommodation services, except on a short-day basis.
2.1.Child Day Care Services
2.2.Community and Individual Services
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The Business Research Company`s Social Services Market Research Practice provides marketing, planning and strategy departments with a wider range of market, business, customer and competitor intelligence services across different segments of the social services industry. The social services market research services and solutions The Business Research Company provides are as follows —
• Social Services Market Sizing, Forecast and Trend Analysis
• Social Services Market Competitor Analysis
• Social Services Market Supply Chain Analysis
• Social Services Market Customer Research
• Social Services Market Partner or Distribution Research
• Social Services Market Entry Strategy Research Study
• Social Services Industry Analysis and Profiling
• Social Services Market Regulations