The Charts Below Show the Main Reasons for Studying Among Students of Different Age

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The Charts below show the main reasons for studying among students of different age groups and the amount of support they received from employers. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features and make comparisons where relevant.

The Charts below show the main reasons for study among students of different age groups and the ammount of support they recieved from employers.

The first graphic chart depicts studies taken by various age groups for careers and interests. Where there is an interesting trend observed as age progresses, the studies take the shift from career to interest in ascending manner.

Under the age of 26 years, close to 80 per cent of pupils take up studies to make their careers, and a fraction of 10% opt for studies for interest. Between the young adults from the 26 to 29 age group, the career studies drop by 10 per cent, whereas the academics for interest raises slightly. Fifty and above per cent of the students study for careers in their later youth period, and approximately 20 per cent are interest-seeking.

In the middle age from 40 to 49, the academic preferences are considered equal at 40 per cent for dual purposes. But above 49 years old, the highest peak of 70 per cent is for pupils who choose studies for interest and marginally near 20 per cent are the ones who take up studies for careers.

The later chart reveals the employee support related to time off and sponsor fees in respective the same age groups. The highest peak is observed for the first group of above 60 per cent for under 26 years, and it drops by 20 per cent for the second group and further lowers to 30 per cent for 30 to 39 years. Although the 40 to 49 age group garnishes slightly higher, the last group of 49 years and above gets above 40 per cent.
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