The chart shows the percentage of people who have moved house either in the last 3 years, between 3 to 5 years or not within the previous 5 years.
The bar chart depicts the proportion of individuals who have migrated homes in three different categories, firstly who shifted their homes in last 3 to 5 years ago secondly in last three years and those note shifted in last five years.
Overall, it is immediately apparent from the chart that the highest number of people moved their houses between 3 to 5 years in 40 to 49 age group, while the people from 40 to 49 have the least number of value who did not move their homes in last five years.
In detail, people belong to the 20-29 age group who shifted their homes in between 3 to 5 years with shares at 45%, and this amount declined by 1% in the following age group of 30 to 39. surprisingly this value surged, adding 55% in the 40 to 49 age group. Unfortunately, this number plummeted by 14% in the 50 or older age group. Following this, 33% of people migrated their homes in the last three years and this value inclined by 1% in the next age group, 30 to 39. next 31% of people shifted homes in the 40 to 49 group, and this ratio significantly in Toca nosedive adds 17% in 50 or older people.
Furthermore, in the last, people who are not moving their houses in the last five years at 22% in 20 to 29 and this value remains unchanged and looks identical inside the age category of 30 to 39. moreover, 14% of recent read note interested in moving their houses in the 40 to 49 age group, but surprisingly this volume climbed to 42% in the 50 or older age category.
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