The bar chart reveals the data about the difficulties which people face when they travel to overseas. Overall, it can obviously be seen that all cases experience downward trend except sorting out healthcare based on aged.
By looking at detailed information, 34% people who are 18-24 years old, have difficulties in arranging money and this proportion is the highest while the percentage of people owning problem in choosing appropriate healthcare is almost a third. Nevertheless, there are less people at the age of eighteen to twenty four facing obstacle in searching school for their children and evidence of this can be seen with their proportion standing at a very small number (6%).
Turning to the older age (34-54), there is a dramatic rise of people getting problem in managing expenditure, sorting out medical care and finding location for education of their children of 2%, 3% and 13%, respectively. Interestingly, the number of people at the age more than 55 years old, who are facing less difficulties in managing their finance and looking for the schools for their children, overtakes proportion at less than 30% and almost 0%, yet there are virtually 36% people still have case related to sorting out healthcare.