The pie charts compare (compare to)the proportion of people who came to and left the UK in 2007.
It is clear that definite job and formal study were the main reasons for immigration, while definite job and looking for work were the main reasons for emigration.
Definite job accounted for almost a third, which was the most popular reason for migration. Just over a quarter of people who immigrated for formal study, but only 4% for emigration. The proportion of people who left country for work made up 22%, and a minority (12%) came to the UK for the same reason.
On the other hand, people left the UK for no reason and other also occupied a significant percentage, at 18% and 14%, while the figures for this reason was 6% and 11% respectively. Finally, the proportion of people who came to and left the UK for accompany/join made up less than a fifth, at 15% and 13% respectively.