The charts below show the main reasons for study among students of
different age groups and the amount of support the received from employers.
Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and
make comparisons where relevant.
The bar chart illustrates the information about the two main reasons for
study according to different age groups and supports including time off and
help with fees.
It is noticeable that young people study for their career while interest is
the main reason for middle-aged people. Young people also have more
supports to their study.
Regarding the first bar chart, those who are under 26 years old study for
career account for 80% while only 10% of people study for interest. From 26
to 39 years of age, under 70% of students still study for job purpose but
students aged over 49 years old prefer to study for their interest, at 70%.
The percentage of students for both reasons is the same for the 40-49 age
group, at 40%
Looking at the second bar chart, over 60% of employees aged under 26
received time off and financial supports. 26-29 and 30-39 age groups have
50% and 35% supports corresponding from their employers. For those who are
over 39 years old just have under 45% from their employer supports