You should spend about 20 minutes on this task.
The graphs show figures relating to hours worked and stress levels amongst professionals in eight groups.
Describe the information shown to a university or college lecturer.
Write at least 150 words
Two graphs give different information related to eight professional groups. The bar chart indicates the number of weekly work hours done by the groups while the pie graph illustrates the percentages of people suffering from stress-related illness in the different professions given.
In general, businessmen work the longest among the eight groups while the smallest amount of time is normally worked by lecturers. According to the pie chart, lecturers struggle the most with work-related stress. Although their average working hours is smaller than any other group in the chart, lecturers suffer from the highest level of stress caused by their job.
The bar graph shows that businessmen and movie producers work the most at about 70 hours and 62 hours per week respectively. At the opposite end of the scale, lecturers work only around 25 hours. Working hours of other professionals varied with doctors, writers, programmers, lawyers and chefs working approximately 52, 46, 35 and 32 hours per week in the name ordered.
The pie graph shows that the professional who has the highest incidence of stress-related illnesses is lecturers at 25%. Movie producers and doctors also have high rates with 18% and 15% each. The figures for businessmen, lawyers, chefs and writers can be grouped into percentages between 11 and 8%. The lowest rate of stress illness is attributed to programmers at only 5%, which is only a fifth the figure for lecturers.