The chart below shows the figure for work hours per week in the industrial sector in four European countries in 2002. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make ccomparisons where relevant.
The bar graphs given illustrate the information about the work hours per week in the industrial sector in France, Denmark, Sweden and the UK, over the time period of 2002.
Overall, it can be seen that the highest workers worked 36-4 hours and the least 1-14 hours, but in France, the maximum worked 31 to 35 hours per week.
The bar graphs show that the ratio of employees who work 14 hours in France and Denmark was 10%; however, the percentage of people slightly inclined and reached 15% in France. Whilst the figure was similar in Denmark to work for 21-30 hours. 50% of employees work in trade for 31 to 35 hours in France, whereas it was half of Denmark. In Denmark, labourers work 36 to 40 hours, 70% of which is half of France. The ratio of workers in France and Denmark was similar, 10 in 50 hours. It is interesting to note that it was 20% in 46 to 50 hours in France.
Analyzing the data further, it is manifested that the workers working 36-40 hours in Sweden were 80% which is 30% less than in the UK. The ratio was less than 10% of 1-14, 46-50 and 50+ hours in Sweden. However, 31-45 hours was approximately 35% of workers in the UK. The figure of employees below 10% who work 35 hours. However, 20% work 50 hours.
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