The percentage of issues which people have when they stay in a new country is presented in the bar chart. The population in the chart is categorized into three groups follow as: people aged 18-34 years, 35-54 years, and over 55 years. It is noticeable that the issue of learning the language was the most problematic for people aged over 55 years.
The issue of forming fellowship was the greatest percentage (46 percent) for young people aged 18-34. After that, 36% witnessed the percentage of making friendship for group of 35-to 54-years-old. However, for people aged over 55 years, that issue was only 23%.
Speaking the local language was the most problematic which reached to 44 percent of the oldest age group. Afterwards, this problem did not need full attention which still stood at 29% for the youngest age cluster. The cluster of people aged 35-54 years followed at approximately 35% in the same issue.
On the other hand, only 22 percent of the oldest age cluster has difficulty to finding accommodation. In contrast, finding facilities to live was the highest problem (around 40%) for the youngest age cluster. The cluster of 35-to 54-years-old was almost the same percentage with young people aged 18-34 years.
The bar chart