Essay topics: The charts below show the results of a survey of adult education. The first chart shows the reasons why adults decide to study. The pie chart shows how people think the costs of adult education should be shared. Write a report for a university lecturer, describing the information shown below.(rewrite1)
Given are the bar chart and the pie chart which illustrate several factors of further education in adults and how public think about the cost of education should be divided.
Overall, the major reasons that people decide to study because they are interested in subjects and want to gain more qualifications. In term of cost, most people assert that an individual and employers should be responsible with the costs of each course, whereas some think that the prices should be shared by taxpayers.
To begin with, 40 percent of total population is taken part in the matter of interest in subject, which is the first position in this information. The factor of gaining a qualification is also one of major reasons as it contributes to 38 percent. The third rank is a helpful concern for current job with 22%. Moreover, the possibility of promotion and the enjoy learning/ studying have an identical number with 20%.
According to the pie chart, people mostly agree that a person should cover the education expenses by himself with 40%, while 35% of total opinions say that employees should support . The smallest proportion of this survey is the taxpayer as it contributes to only a quarter.
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