The pie chart illustrates a higher degree education finished by Canadian students in the aged groups 25 and 35 (as described in chart 1) and 45 and 55 (as shown in chart 2). Looking from an overall perspective, social science and arts had dominated the education sectors by qualifying the degree programs in both the age group.
Firstly, in the age group 25 and 30, it is readily apparent that social science and art had covered almost a quarter of student who holds a higher education degree in Canada, whereas, administration, science, maths, and computer students hold with 19% and 18% of degree respectively. However, Nursing, humanity, MBA, and other fields totally contributed 18% of degree holders with was a tiny fraction among others groups. Subsequently, engineering had about 9% degrees students and on the other hand, education field holds 15% degree in post-school qualification.
Secondly, in the age group 45 and 55, it was interested to note that social science,art, and administration nearly had one-third of degree holder students in Canada. Similarly, Engineering, Science, maths, computers, and education also hold nearly one third of students in higher education. However, Humanities and nursing was 5% and 11% whereas, MBA and others were at 3% and 3% in finishing a degree program.
It is crystal clear that students who had completed higher education were more in 25 and 30 age group (515,600) with comparison to students in aged group 45 and 55 (213,400). The chart also observed that science, maths, and computers had increased 18% student, whereas, in aged group 45 and 55 the percentage were 10% which was lower in another chart.