The graph below shows the contribution of three sectors - agriculture, manufacturing, and business and financial services - to the UK economy in the twentieth century.
The bar chart illustrates the charity (or contribution) of three sections, included agriculture, manufacturing and both business and financial services, to the UK economy, during the period between 1990 and 2000.
In the beginning of the twentieth century, the highest percentage of contribution belonged to agriculture at about 50%, closely followed by manufacturing sector with a little difference. The figure of business and financial sector had a tough position in the first decade of the age, at less than five percents.
In the 1950s, there was a slightly increase in all of the three different sections, except for productions ( or manufacturing) sector.
The situation modified thoroughly, with doubling in percentage of charity from business and finance, while the range of agriculture's contribution to the UK economy declined and showed five times smaller amount compared with 1900s result.
The proportion of agriculture closely in millennium was picked the lowest point ever had during the period shown. By contrast business and financial sector reached a peak at under 40%, ... the production (or manufacturing) sector saved its moderate point in correlation with two others.