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Hello, this is my attempt at writing a summary of two bar graphs. If it is possible to receive some commentaries, that would be splendid. Also what band do you think this text is?
Thank you in advance, Vlad
The charts below show the main reasons for study among students of different age groups and the amount of support they received from employers.
Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
The bar charts bellow represent the reasons for study and employer support for students covering ages from under 26 to over 49 years old.
For the students under 26 years old, we can observe that the interest in the subject is very small, around 10 percent compared to the reason of career, that tops at 80 percent. In addition, this age category is also the most employer supported of all different ages at 65 percent. After 26 years old, we experience a constant increase of the interest percentage and a decrease of the career percentage until they reach equality at 40 percent for the 40-49 age span. The employer support experiences a similar drop, reaching a minimum of 35% at 30-39 years old and slightly increasing at 55% for ages over 49.
In conclusion, we can see almost a mirror bar graph for career and interest in function of age of the student. The career being most important for younger students and decreasing with the increase of the interest to 70 percent with students that are over 49.