A breakdown of the level of three different predominant problems which are witnessed by individuals who decided to live overseas and measured in percentage is provided in a bar chart. At first glance it is obvious that, looking school for children is the lowest problem for the new settlers. In any case, finance is the big matter for most young people, while for immigrants aged 35 or over experience sanitary as the greatest obstacle.
With regard to children education, individuals' age between 35-54 face the obstacle to bring their children to school at approximately 18%, while for the youngest and the oldest categories experience this trouble at 6% and 2% respectively.
Turning to finance problem, at almost 34% people aged between 18 and 34 assert this complication when reside in another country, while for older migrants who aged 35 to 54 experience by 2% compared with the youngest age category. However, sorting out funds is not the main problem for the oldest people who find monetary problem fewer than 30%. On the other hand, the percentage of healthcare problem people aged 35 to 54 and over 54 reach 36% and 37% consecutively, while for the youngest age group is just under 35%.