Highest Level of Education of Women in Someland (1945 and 1955)
The pie charts illustrate the differences of highest level of educated women in someland between 1945 and 1955, a period of 5 decades.
It is clear that the portion of women who were not schooling, third grade, and year 6 saw a dramatic decline, while the number of women who finished their first degree inclined for almost 50 %.
The number of no schooling, third grade and year 6 women at the place accounted 85 percent in 1945. Conversely, the number of those three grades dropped significantly to zero percent after 5 decades. On the other hand, the women who study in their 12 yr olds increased for about 16%, from 4% to 20%. In addition, first degree and post graduate educated women at that place dramatically rose. The first degree rose for about 49% and the post graduate increased to 20% from zero percent in the first question year. Educated women in years 6 remained stable at 10% during the period.
To conclude, the level of education women in the land experienced an upgrade. It showed from the dramatic increase of the number of post graduate and first degree and from the significant decrease of women who no schooling, third grade and year 6.