The pie charts below show the average household expenditures in a country in 1950 and 2010
A description of the proportion of the family expense in region over 12 month in period 1950 and from 2010 is illustrated in pie chart. Overall, it is important to notice, that housing cost in1950 was the highest expenditures that was compared the others in all period. On the other hand, health care expense was still lowest in all of this period.
Moving to more detail analyze, in 1950, The top rank of average national family expenditure was housing at 72% and fell significant at 22% in 2010. The second rank of the average family expense was food at 11,2% but Increased dramatically at 34% in 2010, and became the highest expenditure household in the over year period in 2010. In the other Hand, The proportion of others national consumption increased sharply at 19.2% was higher than 1950 at 4,4%.
Next to others analysis, in 1950, the proportion of health care, and education expense become the lower than the other household expenditure. The position of the figures was still same in 2010. However, The percentage of the average household expenditure at 4,5% was lower than Proportion of the Education expense at 6,3%, and was lowest proportion of household expenditure in all period.