The Chart Below Shows What Anthropology
The chart below shows what Anthropology graduates from one university did after finishing their undergraduate degree course. The table shows the salaries of the anthropologists in work after five years.
Summerise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
Destination of Anthropology graduates (from one university)
Salaries of Anthropology graduates (after 5 years’ work)
The pie chart shows what one university’s graduating Anthropology students went on to do after completing their undergraduate degree, while the table illustrates how much the anthropologists who found jobs earned after 5 years.
Overall, the majority of the graduates had full-time jobs. In terms of salaries, while a significant proportion of the freelance consultants and government employees earned at least $75,000, only roughly half of the private sector employees did.
Just over half of the graduates went on to work full-time, compared with only 15% working part-time and 12% unemployed. Those who did full-time postgraduate study and those who did postgraduate study while working part-time each only made up a small minority of the graduates, at 8% and 5% respectively.
Moving on to their salaries, 80% of the freelance consultants earned at least $75,000, half of whom were in the highest salary range of more than $100,000. Although there were also 80% of the government employees making no less than $75,000, a relatively high proportion of the government employees, at 50%, earned at least $100,000. In comparison, only 55% of those working for private companies made a minimum of $75,000. The proportions of the freelance consultants and government employees who were in the lowest salary bracket of $25,000 to $49,999 both stood at only 5%, versus 10% for those employed in the private sector.
How to Vary Your Language
full-time work -> to work full-time
52 percent of the graduates worked full-time.
part-time work -> to work part-time
15 percent of the graduates worked part-time.
part-time work+postgrad study
Those who did postgraduate study while working part-time only accounted for 5% of the graduates.
Those who did postgraduate study and also worked part-time only accounted for 5% of the graduates.
Those who did postgraduate study and at the same time had part-time jobs only accounted for 5% of the graduates.
government sector -> government employees
80% of the government employees earned at least $75,000.
private companies -> private sector employees
55% of the private sector employees earned at least $75,000.
5% of the government employees were in the lowest salary range of $25,000 to $49,999.
5% of the government employees earned between $25,000 and $49,999 after 5 years’ work.
$100,000+ -> a minimum of $100,000 /at least $100,000 /no less than $100,000
50% of the government employees made a minimum of $100,000.
How to Group Data
For the pie chart, I grouped “full-time work”, “part-time work”, and “unemployed” together because they are all about “work”.
I also grouped “full-time postgrad study” and “part-time work+postgrad study” together because they are all about “study”.
I didn’t write about “not known” because this category isn’t important at all.
The table has a lot of data. The key here is to include all three types of employment.
Each type of employment has 4 pieces of data. You can only include 2-3 pieces of data for each type of employment.