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  • Sanjay

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    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.

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