the provided pie chart demonstrates what path alumni of one particular university, studying Anthropology, took after graduating, the table illustrates statistical data regarding the amount of income they earned after five years.
, what stands out from the given information is that over half of all graduates went on to
the majority of them are reported to have made more than 100,000 dollars, respectively. Of
particular note is that only a minority of former Anthropology students chose to both
and continue their studies.
Looking at the pie chart in more detail, it is evident that the proportion of those pursuing
education was at 8% as those who had no record about their destination,
with a 3% difference, the number of
workers and the unemployed
quite similar, the former accounting for 15 % and the latter making up 12 %. It is noteworthy that over 10 times more former students decide to find full-time
52 % compared to
5 % of graduates choosing to
their education simultaneously.
With regard to their salaries five years later,
only one-fifth of freelance consultants made from 25,000 to 75,000 dollars, a significantly higher proportion of the same workers (80%) earned more than 75,000 dollars.
, the same statistics were true for those employed in the government sector.
, the discrepancy between those making up to 75,000 and over was only 10 % in
of the latter with a ratio of 45 % to 55.