The charts below show the percentage of people aged 23 to 65 in different occupations in one UK town (Ashby)
The pie charts compare the proportion of people between 23 and 65 years old working in six different sectors in Ashby town and in the entire UK in 2008.
Overall, it is readily apparent that the unemployment rate in Ashby was higher than in the UK. Compared to average UK employment patterns, workers in Ashby were more likely to work in personal service, office, construction, and shop fields. Professional and technical domains, on the other hand, are not well-presented in this town.
In 2008, the unemployed in the whole of the UK made up 10%, compared to a slightly larger figure of 14% in Ashby. The employment rates in construction work, shop work and personal service in Ashby were generally higher than the nationwide average rates, with figures varying widely from 13% to 21%.
The percentage of 23-to 65-year-old office workers in both Ashby an the UK were comparable, at 18% and 19% respectively. The national figures show that the average worker in the UK was twice as likely to be employed in technical and professional positions as their counterparts in Ashby, with proportions of 17% and 14&% for the UK versus 9% and 8% in Ashby.
Museums and art galleries should concentrate on works that show history and culture of their own country rather than works of the other parts of the world.
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