The pie chart illustrates what students of Anthropology major from a university do after they finish their bachelor degree, while the table shows their salaries after 5 years of work.

Overall, the majority of Anthropology graduates did full-time jobs followed by part-time jobs and 4 other categories. In addition, working in the government sector and freelance had a higher salary than occupied by private companies.

Slightly half of graduates worked full time jobs, compared to 5% doing part time jobs while pursuing higher education. There were 15% Anthropology graduate students doing part time jobs, followed by 12% who are unemployed. Finally, 8% of survey respondents spent full time in post graduate and 8% are categorized as unknown.

Freelance consultants were hired in upper pay scales with 40% earning $75,000-99,999 and $100,000, whilst only 20% making in the range from $25,000 to 74,999. Graduates who work in the government sector share the same pattern of the percentage in the two lowest wages, 30% in $75,000-99,999 and 40% in $100,000. On the other hand, private companies have the lowest hired wage with 45% in lowest pay grades and 55% in two higher salary scales.

The pie chart illustrates (read my advice, please) what students of Anthropology major from a university do after they finish their bachelors degree, while the table shows their salaries after they have been working for five years. 5 years of work. (Complete the description of the infographic. You have missed the number of sectors in the pie chart and the three types of employment in the table. This information is important for the coherence and cohesion of the essay.)

Overall, the majority of Anthropology graduates did full-time jobs followed by part-time jobs and 4 four other categories. (This is not good. What are they? And in what order? You need to put them in logical combinations.) In addition, working in the government sector and freelancing had paid a higher salary than occupied (wrong word) by private companies. (That is not a good observation because all categories go past 100 thousand dollars. )

Slightly more than half of the graduates worked full time jobs, compared to 5% doing part time jobs while pursuing higher education. There were 15% Anthropology graduate students (unnatural) doing part time jobs, followed by 12% who are unemployed. Finally, 8% of survey respondents spent full time in post graduate and 8% are categorized as unknown.

Freelance consultants were hired in upper pay scales with 40% earning $75,000-99,999 and $100,000, whilst only 20% making in the range from $25,000 to 74,999. Graduates who work in the government sector share the same pattern of the percentage in the two lowest wages, 30% in $75,000-99,999 and 40% in $100,000. On the other hand, private companies have the lowest hired wage with 45% in lowest pay grades and 55% in two higher salary scales.


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The pie chart gives the proportion of the Anthropology graduates of a particular university who, after graduating, went on to one of each of six destinations, such as employment, part-time work and post-graduate studies. The accompanying table provides the salary distributions (in four ranges) for anthropologists with five years of working experience in each of three employment sectors: government, consultancy and private companies.

Overall, the majority of the new graduates (52%) find full-time employment and an additional 20% do part-time work with or without some postgraduate studies. After five years of experience, anthropologists have salaries of at least $25,000, and quite a few earn over $100,000.

In detail, six in ten found full-time occupations after graduating. Most of this group (about 86%) were employed, and the rest went on to full-time postgraduate studies. One in five did part-time work, and of this group, one-quarter (25%) were enrolled in postgraduate studies. Of the remaining, twelve percent were unemployed, and the status of another 8% was unknown. After five years of experience, anthropologists can expect to earn salaries of over $100,000 per annum, especially in government positions, where half earn this much or more. Private companies, on average, pay the least, but still more than half (55%) make over $75,000. This can be compared with private consultancy, where eight out of ten earn more than $75,000.