The chart below shows information about the problems people have when they go to live in other countries. summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make the comparisons where relevant.
The bar chart gives information about sort of problems people have when they move into the other countries according to ages. Overall, the biggest problem is for finding the best health care in those countries in 35-54 years old people.
35 percent of people aged 35-54 are having problem on looking for finances while those in 18-34 age group finds it easier which is under 35 percent. Moreover, people in over 55 years old show that only under 30 percent of them find the finances as a problem
Sorting of medical care for people in the middle age is the most problematic which is above 36 percent. The older people find the health care is more difficult than the youngest people which is above 35 percent. The youngest people has the lowest percentage than others which is under 35 percent.
Looking school for the children become the most difficulties for the productive ages which is under 20 percent. People who have 18-34 years old sort the school as a problem in 6 percent. In contrast, almost all of the oldest people have difficulties to find the school for children which is above 2 percent.