The chart below shows information about the problems people have when they go to live in other countries.
Summarize the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
Integration problems for people living abroad (%)
The chat illustrates the challenges people have when they live abroad and the variety of problems presented basing on their age.
The biggest problem for the middle age group (35-54) is resolving concerns about their health care, a problem experienced by 37 percent of the people in this age group. However, only 36 percent of people over 55 find it hard to sort out healthcare, while even fewer young people aged 18 to 34 (32 percent) have this problem.
Thirty-five percent of 35- to 54-year-olds finds managing money the second most problematic. In comparison, the oldest and youngest age groups find this easier, and the percentage of people who have obstacles dealing with finances is lower, at 29 and 34 percent respectively.
In contrast to their medical services-arranging difficulties, only 2 percent of people in the oldest group have trouble finding a school for their children. As well, this is the least significant problem for the other two age groups with 6 to 19 percent of the people in each group finding it hard.
In general, all age groups experience the same problems to some extent, but the percentage of middle-age people who have to face with the most difficulties is higher than the other groups.