The Three Pie Charts Below Show the Changes in Annual Spending by A Particular Uk School in 1981, 1991 and 2001. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
The information regarding changes in spending for the year by a particular Uk school in three years is depicted by rendered pie chart.
Overall, it can be vividly manifested that in the initial year, the minuscule percentage of spending was on Insurance whilst the maximum proportion was on Teachers’ salaries in the final year throughout the period.
Looking at the pie chart, regarding total school spending in 1981, the total expenditure on teachers” salaries was 40 % against 28 % for other workers’ wages. In contrast, the total spending in the United kingdom school on Furniture and equipment and resources was identical by nearly one-tenth and declined by 13 per cent of expenditures on Insurance. Nevertheless, there was a negligible difference of approximately 2 per cent in expenditure on Insurance, Furniture and equipment. The spending on other workers’ salaries and resources was 22% and 20% respectively, and the spending on teachers’ salaries in 1991 tops the list.
Probing ahead, in connection to total school spending of 2001 on Insurance was 8% which witnessed an incline of 37 % in Teachers’ salaries and declined to just about one-fifth in Furniture and equipment. Nevertheless, the spending on resources was near about one-tenth, which increased other workers’ wages, accounting for 15 per cent.