The Survey of Adult and Continuing Education Programs in Higher Education
Primary Research Group, 2011 (ISBN 1-57440-159-9).
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This book reports the results of a survey of 40 colleges and universities that provide adult education programs. Data include management's assessment of enrollment trends and outlook in more than 20 types of programs. Also included are data about revenues, employers' contribution to tuition, faculty size, and marketing mix and expenditures.
These U.S. government sources can help you identify occupations to target. Because many certification and licensure requirements are handled at the state level, it's wise to look at state government websites, as well.
O NET Online “Find Occupations.” Use the "Bright Outlook" search to identify occupations that are expected to grow rapidly in the next several years or will have large numbers of job openings.
Bureau of Labor Statistics, "Occupations with the most job growth"
Bureau of Labor Statistics, "Fastest Growing Occupations"
Bureau of Labor Statistics, "Employment Projections"
Select occupations in categories such as "number of new jobs (projected)," "growth rate (projected)," and "on the job training."
We have numerous sources of industry reports, covering market segments, trends and forecasts, employment, regulatory environment, and more.
Many sources are organized using industry codes (SIC or NAICS). For more information about industry codes, please see http://researchguides.uvm.edu/business#s-lg-box-20740849