Task 1: The bar chart below shows information about the problems people have when they go to live in other countries
The bar chart compares among three age groups of people who had trouble when they live abroad. All three groups had same problem within people from 35 to 54 years old had the highest percentage.
The greatest problem which almost age group faced was sorting out healthcare. The highest percentage come from people between 35 and 54 years old, accounted for over 35 percent, similarly the oldest had same problem. However, the youngest people sorted out healthcare less lowly, under 35 percent.
The followed trouble that age groups had was sorting out finances. Approximate thirty – five percent of 35 – to – 54 years old found it hard to sort out finances while even few people over 55 had this problem, at under 30 percent.
In contrast, finding schools for children was not so much difficult, only 6 percent of youngest people faced with finding school problem and the lowest percentage of people having finding schools for children was the oldest. Whereas , significantly, higher people aged 35 to 54 found hard schools for their children, closed to 20 percent.
In general, all age groups experience the same problems to extent. However, the percentage of older people who found sorting at schools and healthcare and finding school for children difficult was much greater than the others.