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  • shubham

    July 14, 2021 at 9:46 PM

    The pie charts provide information about the major branches of study pursued by the Canadians after the school in the age groups of 25-35 and 45- 55.

    Overall,In both the age groups(25-35 and 45-55) most of the people showed their interest in pursuing social science after passing out from the school.However,In the age group of 25-35,Humanities was the least preferred choice by the candidates.Moreover,In the age group of 45-55,MBA was the least common choice by the candidates.Also,majority of the degree holders were in the age group of 25-35.

    In the age group of 25-35,most of the people preferred to pursue their studies in social science as 20% of the candidates opted for this stream.Furthermore,Administration and Science,Maths and computers remained the second best choice of the candidates as 19% and 18% of the candidates opted for it.Moreover,Education,Engineering,Humanities,Nursing and MBA were the least preferred streams by the candidates as these streams together contributed to only 40%.

    In the age group of 45-55,most of the candidates opted for social science as 21% of the people pursued their degree in this stream.Engineering was the second best choice of the candidates as 19% of the people opted for this stream.Rest of the streams were less preferred by the candidates as together they contributed to only 39% of the overall figures.


    August 25, 2021 at 7:46 PM

    The given pie charts illustrate the qualifications held by the Canadians after completing their schooling in the age groups 25 to 30 and 45 to 55

    Overall, more Canadians aged between 25 to 30 pursue masters after school, compared to ones aged between 45 to 55. Moreover, fields such as, M.B.A, Nursing, Humanities are least preferred in both the age groups. However, branch involving subjects like Science, Maths, Computers is more famous among younger Canadians than older ones.

    Most of Canadians aged between 25 to 30 are inclined towards the field of Social Science and Arts as 20% of the people opted for the same. This is followed by Administration and Science, Maths, Computers with 19% and 18% people respectively, pursuing the same. Streams such as, Education and Engineering are not much popular with collective contribution of 24%. Remaining subjects including Humanities, Nursing, M.B.A and others are least popular contributing 19% all together.

    Canadians aged between 45 to 55 mostly choose Social Science and Arts with 21% of the people opting for it. Engineering is the Second-best option for the people of this age group as 19% pursue the same. Courses such as, Nursing, Education and Science, Maths, Computers are chosen by 24% of total number of people of this age group. Rest of the streams i.e., Humanities, M.B.A & others least followed with only 11% opting them collectively.

  • Prabhjeet

    August 25, 2021 at 7:49 PM

    The given pie charts show the information about post-school qualifications held by Canadians in different age groups: 25 to 35 and 45 to 55.

    Overall, degrees in social science and arts have been the dominant choice for both the classes followed by administration or engineering.

    Firstly, social science and arts has been the major degree held by Canadians belonging to 25 to 35 and contributes to 20% of the total, while administration, science and maths follow the former. The least number of Canadians chose the stream of humanities, MBA and other degrees.

    From a pool of 213,400 Canadians aged 45-55, about 20% hold the same degree as the previous group, but engineering was followed by a larger percentage of people belonging to this age in contrast to the former. In addition, MBA, humanities and other qualifications were still the least preferred option for both the categories.

  • Sanjay

    August 25, 2021 at 7:51 PM

    This essay describes the data depicted by two pie charts, which illustrates the percentage of Canadians between 25 -35 years and 45 – 55 years in their respective field of specialization.

    Overall the percentage of people who studied social science and arts are the significant portion in both groups. Moreover, the younger group is more involved with science, maths and computer studies while the older one is more interested in engineering. Also, Canadians are less interested in subjects such as humanities and MBA.

    Almost one 5 of both the group studied social science and arts. Furthermore, 19 per cent of the older generation had studied engineering, while its popularity decreases to half in younger people. In contrast, 18 per cent of people between 25 and 35 years studied science, maths, and computers while just 10 per cent were in the older group.

    15 percentage of older group and younger group studied administration and the education sector respectively. It is also noticeable that the reduction of nurses from 11 percentage to seven per cent when comparing older and younger people respectively. Even though small fraction, the popularity of MBA had increased three per cent in the younger group than older.

  • shakshi

    August 26, 2021 at 3:30 PM

    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.

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