The bar chart reveals the motive of the adult choose themselves to continue their study and it is measured by percentage, and the pie chart illustrates the percentage of tuition costs should be funded. Overall, it can be seen that the main reason why adults decide to continue their study because they are interested with the subject. It also can be noticeable that the higher education cost should be funded by individual.
The majority of reason why people decide to study is interested with the course at 40%. In contrast, at 9%, meeting people become the last choice of people to take their study. Beside interested with the subject, gaining qualification and being helpful for the future job get the second and the third reasons of people determine to acquire knowledge.
According the pie chart, people having determined for the further education think that 40 percent of this cost should be shared by individuals who enroll to study. By contrast, taxpayer is as the lowest with 25%.