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The chart below shows the amount spent on six consumer goods in four European countries.

Write a report for a university lecturer describing the information shown below.

The graph illustrates how citizens in four countries in Europe spent their money on six different products.

Generally, British were the most common spenders among other nationalities as opposed to the Germans. Photographic film was the most popular among six categories yet spending money on personal stereo and tennis racquets were highly unlikely.

To begin with, the English and the French spent most of their budget on photographic film at 170,165 thousand pounds sterling, respectively. Besides, British spent the second highest amount of money on toys with roughly less than 170 thousand pounds sterling, whereas France spent its money on toys and disks as their second rank. However, expenditure for perfume, tennis racquets and personal stereo were the least among those nations.

On the other hand, Italian consumers spent more money their finances on toys rather than other products, which was responsible for almost 160 thousand pounds sterling, while personal stereo, perfume and toys were the first option for the German. Nevertheless, personal stereos were uncommon for the former. The latter preferred to purchase photographic film as their last priority.

The chart below shows the different levels of post-school qualifications in Australia and the proportion of men and women who held them in 1999.

Summaries the information by selecting and reporting the main features and make comparisons where relevant.

The bar graph illustrates the ratio of females and males in different degrees of post-school qualifications in Australia in the year 1999.

Generally, females had the largest shares in two categories, whereas, males ranked first in three. Besides, the proportion of studying undergraduate diploma highly favored among women, whereas men widely preferred in skilled vocational diploma rather than women.

To begin with, there was an enormous gap between the number of males and females in skilled vocational diploma with 90% and 10%, in turn. However, there were two sorts of degrees which men were more fairly interested in than women. They were postgraduate diploma (70% for the former and 30% for the latter) and master degree (60% for males and 40% for females).

On the other hand, the percentage of female students were the most common in undergraduate diploma among five different qualifications, which was a sizeable 70% compared with just more than a third for males students. Nevertheless, there was a slight similarity between the number of women and men in bachelor’s degree, with the former standing at a half and the latter experienced around 45 per cent.

The chart below gives information about Someland’s main exports in 2005, 2015, and future projections for 2025.

Summaries the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

The bar graph shows the data of different sorts of products which were exported in over the period of a decade and it is also illustrated the forecast in the next five years.

Overall, although meat and dairy products ranked first in 2005 and2015, respectively, it is anticipated that that international tourist industry is going to overtake in 2025.

To begin with, in 2005, meat were the most famous product in Someland, which were constituted for 4 USD Billion, after which its proportion showed the slight downward trend about more than 3 USD Billion. Besides, dairy products were exported roughly 5 USD Billion for the former, whereas the latter observed the largest share, which was made up almost 8 USD Billion.

However, in 2025, meat product were forecasted to be the least at approximately 2.5 USD Billion. Meanwhile, dairy products will be the second most famous, which will be around 0.5 USD Billion less than that of 2015. Finally, international tourism is going to be the most significant compared with other products.

The graph below shows information on employment rates across 6 countries in 1995 and 2005.

Summaries the information by choosing and describe the main idea, and make comparisons where appropriate.

The bar graph depicts the employment rates of male and female staffs through one decade from six nations.

Overall, males in Iceland had the highest employment rate among other countries in 2005, whereas the least proportion was shown with New Zealand female employees in 1995.

To begin with, there was the overwhelming majority of Ice male Icelanders land males in 2005, which accounted for more than four-fifths and its figure was about five per cent higher than that in Switzerland where it ranked second. Besides, there were similarities in the ratios of men in the UK, New Zealand and USA in 2005 which made up roughly 70%. Furthermore, men in Iceland had the largest percentage among other countries in 1995, which was responsible for approximately 70%.

Aside from that, almost seven in ten of employment rate were considered for females in Switzerland in 2005, which were about five per cent higher than that of USA. In 1995 had the insignificant share in all countries that in Switzerland had the highest contribution making up with more than a half, whereas less than 30% was experienced in Australia and New Zealand.

The bar chart below shows shares of expenditures for five major categories in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, and Japan in the year 2009.

Summaries the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

The bar chart depicts the ratio of expenses for five main products in four countries namely, United States, Canada, United Kingdom and Japan. In 2009.

Overall, all countries aside from Japan spent most money on housing. However, medical care was not common for the UK, Canada and Japan and clothing was the least for United States and Japan.

To begin with, more than a quarter showed with housing in the USA, which was about four per cent higher than that of the UK. The Americans spent money on transportation as its second highest proportion at roughly 17%, whereas food was indicated to be ranked second for United Kingdom which stood at one-fifth. Furthermore, roughly a paltry 2 per cent of shares experienced health care for the former, which was the least. Meanwhile, less than 5% of clothing was the tiny minority in the UK.

Moreover, the Japanese favored food as their priorities, which was made up more than one-fifth, while housing ranked second in Japan, which showed about 22 % and around 1% higher than in Canada. The insignificant share for the former considered as health care service and outfits. Meanwhile, merely medical service was unlikely for the latter.