The bar chart indicates the male and female teachers’ ratio in six distinct types of educational establishments in the UK in 2010. The units are measured in percents.


Overall, it is clear that women teachers were greater in number than the men teachers in under-college levels of education, while more men teachers were employed in upper-college levels of education. In addition to this, the percentage who taught in college was similar.


According to the given chart, the fact that women achieve a dominance over men in nursery/pre and primary schools. There were over 95% and almost 95% female teachers in two levels respectively. Approximately 53% of women taught in secondary school – a ratio which was slightly higher than men. In college level, equal proportions of teachers from both genders were witnessed (about 50%) in 2010, in the UK.


In contrast, men get a higher percentage of teachers in the private training institute and university. There were almost 6% and 40% more male teachers than the women teachers in two levels respectively.

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The bar chart plots / gives indicates the male and female teachers’ ratio ratio of men to women in the faculty of in six distinct types of educational establishments in the UK in 2010. The units are measured in percents. (You need to indicate what these "establishments" are.)

Overall, it is clear that (Unnecessary verbiage. Delete) women teachers were greater in number than the men teachers in lower under-college levels of education, while more men teachers were employed in upper-college high levels of education. In addition to this, the percentages who taught in college was were equal. similar.

According to the given chart, the fact that (Those are useless "filler" words. They convey no information at all. Delete them.) women are predominant achieve a dominance (incorrect usage) over men in nursery/pre and primary schools. There were over 95% and almost 95% female teachers in those two levels respectively. Approximately 53% of women taught in secondary school – a ratio which was slightly higher than men. (It is not necessary to say that 53% is slightly higher than 47%!) In college level, equal proportions of teachers from both genders were witnessed (wrong word) (about 50%) (50% is equal. This is repetitious) in 2010, in the UK. (Repetitious. You already gave this information in the first paragraph. Do not repeat it.)

(You do not need a new paragraph.)

In contrast, men get represent a higher percentage of teachers in the private training institute and university. There were almost 6% and 40% more male teachers than the women teachers in those two types of schooling two levels respectively.


Sample essay (175 words)

The bar chart compares the relative numbers of men and women teachers for six different types or levels of schooling in the UK in 2010. They cover the complete range from nursery school to university.

Overall, women predominate in three of the six levels, nursery, primary and secondary school, whereas men represent a higher percentage of the faculty in private institutes and university. There is gender equality in the colleges.

In detail, the ratio of women to men in schools for younger children, nursery and primary schools, is quite high: 19:1. It drops considerably in high school, but still women have a slight edge over the men, with about 53% of the teaching staff. The reverse is the case for the private schools and institutes, which tend to employ more men than women. The percentages are the same as in the secondary schools, but inverted, 53% male and 47% female. Colleges balance their staff evenly between men and women. But at the university level, the ratio strongly favors men, 7:3.