The line graph depicts the survey of why adults decide to study and pie chart demonstrates that how much cost should be spent on adult education.
Apparently, it can be seen that, the interest in subject show the highest position for adult decided to study and to meet people were accounted for few number of adults.
In details, 40 percent of adult people start to get education for interest in subject whereas almost similar number of adult for gain qualification reason, at 38 percent. To improve prospects of promotion and enjoy learning/studying reason were observed equal percentage(20) for adult education. 22 percent of adults got education for helpful for current job reason likewise, to able to change jobs and to meet people both was presented under 15 percent of adult for education.
In Pie chart, According to the survey, the main person who takes the first place in adult education cost is the person himself. Adult takes 40 percent for the cost while employer takes 35 percent. Adult thinks that when they have graduate, they can improve their work place, so they need a help from the employer to pay the cost in education. The last one is the taxpayer; it takes 25 percent in cost shared.
the interest in subject show the highest position for adult decided to study and to meet people is in the least reason for adult education.
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Sentence: 22 percent of adult get education for helpful for current job reason likewise, to able to change jobs and to meet people reason both was presented under 15 percent of adult for education.
Description: The fragment adult get education is rare
Suggestion: Possible agreement error: Replace get with verb, present tense, 3rd person singular
Description: A noun, plural, common is not usually followed by a noun, singular, common
Suggestion: Refer to people and reason
It is out of the track for the pie chart. 'The pie chart shows how people think the costs of adult education should be shared. '
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The charts show the results of a survey of adult education. Here are two charts, one is a bar chart and another is a pie chart.
First of all, the bar chart illustrates the causes why adults decide to study. Overall, it can be seen, most of the adults decide to study for their interest in subject and least of the adults feel interest to study to meet people.
However, the second highest percentage of adults(38) decide to study to gain qualifications which is almost close to the highest(40%). Moreover, 22% of adults think that study will be helpful for their current job. In addition, same percentage of adults(20%) decide to study to improve prospects of promotion and enjoy learning/studying. At the end, it can be seen, the adults who decide to study to able to change jobs and to meet people are below the 15%.
Again, the pie chart defines how people think the expenses of adult education should be shared. Here, it can be seen, the highest percentage(40) of expenses should be given by the adult who decide to study. After that, people think employees should share 35% of expenses. Finally, the least expense should be given by the taxpayer.