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The illustrations provide information on the number of UK graduate and postgraduate students who did not work full-time job, after abandoning their college in 2008.

The first quick look shows that few graduate preferred to do voluntary task; however, the majority followed further study. A noticeable amount of college leavers were in a part-time job.
Concerning the analysis of the graduate undergraduate, 29665 ambitious junior out of 30000, persuaded their study besides the bachelor's degree, whereas ninefold of the whole decided to be a volunteer. The graduates which were unemployed and doing part-time trial were shown with a similar trend in 2008. By contrast, this ratio for the ones who did not work was still constant, while the same pattern for the part-time workers rocketed significantly.
In terms of the postgraduates, the highest portion of them opted for to get an education, and the number of people who worked as a volunteer had no change in the differences of the total amount. The number of students who went on studying and the others who earned money was demonstrated by almost the same quantity, with 2725 and 2535, respectively.

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The illustrations two bar graphs provide information on show the number of UK graduate and postgraduate students who did ended up in one of four categories (part-time work, further study, voluntary work, or unemployed), but not working full-time job, after abandoning their finishing college in 2008.

The first quick look shows that few Overall, graduate preferred to do voluntary task; however, the majority followed voluntary work accounted for the least number of individuals, while further study accounted for the most, and this was the case for both graduates and postgraduates. A noticeable amount of college leavers were in a part-time job.

Further study was the dominant category, with almost 30 thousand graduates and 3 thousand postgraduates opting for that. Next, was part-time work, as the number of graduates in that category was nearly 18 thousand, and the number of postgraduates around 2.5 thousand.

Unfortunately, a substantial number of students who finished college that year were unemployed, at approximately 16 thousand for graduates and 1.6 thousand for postgraduates.

Furthermore, the number of graduates who chose to do some kind of voluntary work was 3.5 thousand, while the number of postgraduates in that category was 345.

Finally, it is notable that the number of postgraduates was about a tenth of the corresponding number of graduates in each of those categories.

Concerning the analysis of the graduate undergraduate, 29665 ambitious junior out of 30000, persuaded their study besides the bachelor's degree, whereas ninefold of the whole decided to be a volunteer. The graduates which were unemployed and doing part-time trial were shown with a similar trend in 2008. By contrast, this ratio for the ones who did not work was still constant, while the same pattern for the part-time workers rocketed significantly.

In terms of the postgraduates, the highest portion of them opted for to get an education, and the number of people who worked as a volunteer had no change in the differences of the total amount. The number of students who went on studying and the others who earned money was demonstrated by almost the same quantity, with 2725 and 2535, respectively.

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