The bar charts indicate the data on what UK graduate and postgraduate students, who did not work full time, did in 2008.
Generally, the number of students in four categories namely part-time work, voluntary work, further study, and un-employment are proportional between the two levels of study.
As can be seen from the charts, the largest part of graduate students (29,665) chose to study further, whereas just a few of them (3,500) involved in the voluntary work after their graduation. The number of students did part-time work and un-employed are quite similar, with 17,735 and 16,235 respectively.
As the bar charts show, studying further (2,725) was the most popular choice for post-graduate students while involving in voluntary work (345) was the least common option for them. After graduated, the number of postgrads chose to do part-time job cam second with 2,535, followed by 1,625 students who could not find their jobs.