These charts give data on the destination of U.K graduates and post-graduates (excluding full-time work) for the year 2008.
Summarize the information by selecting and reporting main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
20 minutes, 150 words at least.
The given bar-charts present information on the destination of graduates and post-graduates, other than those who are employed full-time, in the year 2008. (Overview and introduction)
Clearly, the largest number of graduate students opted for further study. More than 17000 graduates were engaged in part-time work. While 16235 graduates were unemployed and were not engaged in any activity, only 3500 were doing voluntary work. (Graduates Only)
On the other hand, the largest number of post-graduate students opted for further study. Those engaged in part-time work numbered 2535 and 1625 were unemployed. Only 345 were doing voluntary work. (Post-Graduates Only)
Evidently, though the number of students in both bar charts is different, the trend is same. The largest number of students in both charts opted for further study followed by part-time work. These were followed by those who were unemployed and finally those who were engaged in voluntary work. (Comparison of both charts)
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