The chart below shows information about the problems people have when they go to live in other countries.
Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
The bar chart illustrates three main effects that people normally have when they are living in other countries in each ages.
Overall, we can see that the percentage for sorting out finances and sorting out healthcare are always higher than the other in each aged group.
Starting with the youngest group from 18 to 34 years old, the figures for sorting out finances and sorting out healthcare were accounted for nearly 35 percent and about 32 percent respectively while finding schools for their children was remarkbly smaller, at around 5 percent. Similarly, the middle aged group had the same trend with the first group, but these figures were the highest in the statistic. Specifically, sorting out finances was exactly 35 percent, sorting out healthcare reached a peak of more than 35 percent and the last problem was almost 20 percent. Last but not least, the problems about finances and healthcare still had a huge effect on the oldest aged group. However, finding schools for their children reached the lowest number at around 2 percent which showed that they did not have many difficulties in this aspect.
In conclusion, it is clear that the majority problem that people normally face when they are living in other country are sorting out finances and healthcare whild finding schools for children not affect much.