SMALL CHILDREN ARE BIG BUSINESS FOR FLORIDA’S ECONOMY. 2003: The Economic Impact of Child Care in Florida. MGT of America, Inc., a national management research and consulting firm, completed the study. The economic impact of Florida’s child care industry is measured by:
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2003: The Economic Impact of
Child Care in Florida
The economic impact of Florida’s child care industry is measured by:
1. Direct effects: the revenue generated by existing jobs within the child care industry;
2. Indirect effects: revenue and purchases generated by related industries and jobs created as a result
3. Induced effects: purchases made and jobs created from spending by both the child care industry and related industry employees
Enables parents to work and earn money to
support their families.
Florida Children's Forum
Generates ripple effects in Florida’s economy by:
Florida State Sen. Evelyn Lynn (R) Chair, Senate Children and Families Committee
Bank of America, Tallahassee
Leadership Florida Graduate
Florida Children's Forum Board member
The Forum is urging state leaders to recognize the economic impact of Florida’s child care industry and make it a critical part of policy making.