Columbus, OH tutors
The largest city in Ohio and the 15th largest city in the United States, Columbus offers vast educational opportunities for the over 1,700,000 people within its borders. Ohio is an industrial powerhouse, ranking third in the nation for the value of manufactured goods. The state boasts 27 Fortune 500 companies, five of which are located in Columbus. The Ohio Department of Job and Family Services expects fast growth from 2006 through 2016 in Columbus metro area jobs such as home health aides, network systems and data communications analysts, commercial and industrial designers, and social and human service assistants.
Finding tutors in Columbus
Those who want to grab one of the growing job in Ohio listed above--or just want improve their chances for advancement often must earn a college degree. The U.S. Census Bureau reports that Franklin County, including Columbus, has a higher than average number of residents holding at least a bachelor's degree.
Columbus is home to 13 private colleges and universities in addition to public institutions, including Ohio State University. Among students in the state taking the SAT in 2010, almost 40 percent asked that their scores be reported to Ohio State University for possible admission applications. Whether you are studying for the SAT, looking for help with homework or wanting assistance to study for the big final exam, you can find Columbus tutors online, on college campuses, at tutoring centers and more.
Columbus Fast Facts
- Almost 40 percent of college-bound seniors in Ohio asked to have their scores reported to Ohio State University in Columbus.
- The Ohio State University is headquartered in Columbus, with four regional universities across the state.
- Over 35 percent of residents in Franklin County hold a bachelor's degree or higher, which is more than the national average.
Ohio State Facts
- In 2010, 80.9 percent of 8th graders scored proficient or higher on state exams in reading, while 69.2 percent scored proficient or higher in math.
- Ohio had a state graduation rate of 83 percent for the 2008-2009 school year.