The Cart Show Information About the Percentage of Men and Women Aged 60-64

The cart show information about the percentage of men and women aged 60-64 who were employed in four countries in 1970 and 2000. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.


The cart show information about the percentage of men and women aged 60-64 who were employed in four countries in 1970 and 2000

The given bar graphs depict the information about the number of old age males and females who got jobs during the year 1970 and 2000 in four different nations are Belgium, USA, Japan and Indonesia. The data is calibrated in percentage.

Looking from an overall perspective, it is readily apparent that more men were engaged in the jobs than women during the given years, and with passing years the number has decreased to some extent.

It can be seen that in 1970, 79 % of men who were above the age of 60 in Belgian got jobs with the difference of ten per cent with the fairer sex of same age. The gradual decline was noticed in the year 2000 when 51 % of men in the same age group got employment while women did not even touch the one-tenth part. In USA and Japan during the year 1970, there were 85 % and 75 % men and 79 %and 55 % women of senior age were working respectively. After three decades, the percentage declined in regard with the women in USA more men in Japan more, whereas much decline was not observed among the men in USA and women in Japan.

Moving ahead, observing the employment trend in Indonesia for senior citizens, over four-fifths of the men had got the jobs while 64 % of women had acquired these opportunities. After thirty years, the percentage decreased by 10-12 % in both the genders in the same age group in the same country.

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