Given is the bar chart that illustrates the willingness of Bulgarians to move oversea based on their educational level in 2002, 2006 and 2008. It is clear from the information provided that people who had secondary educational level were more attracted to depart from their country than they who hold lower education and higher education degree.
To begin, the highest percentage of Bulgaria's inhabitants who are motivated to stay abroad was in secondary education people. However, it can also be seen that this trend was declined by six percent, which shifted the figure from 65 percent in 2002 to 59 in 2008. Furthermore, people, who tasted higher education degree, experienced a rise to nearly one-fifth percent in 2006, but-at end of given time span-it had a dramatic drop to be nine percent, which made it as the lowest.
It is also visible that while figures from primary and lower education background hit their peak reaching to 20 percent in 2006, for the next two years, there was a dramatic drop by 11 percent. Simultaneously, the primary background people went up sharply and climbed to 32 percent, which ranked as a top two.