The given bar chart compares the computer ownership by some kinds of
education levels between 2002 and 2010.
Overall, the proportion of owning personal computers followed an upward
trend although there were some differences between levels of education.
It can be clearly seen that the percentage of postgraduate people buying
individual computers ranked the first position during the period shown.
Specifically, approximately 80% and 95% postgraduate users owned this tool
in 2002 and 2010 respectively.
By contrast, people no high school diploma owned a small personal computer
percentage during the same time, at nearly 15% and 40% respectively.
A significant difference between two years can be seen in the number of
individual computers of users completing college. Standing at 55% in 2002,
this figure then witnessed an extraordinary increase to approximately 85%
in the following eight years. Meanwhile, the number of computer ownership
of students graduating from high schooling had the similar changes.