The first graph shows that adults decide to study for some reasons, nearly 40% of adults study for interest
ing in subject. But this percentage gradually decline by 9-12% basis are based on reasons. So 9% of people just study for meeting people.
The result of a survey of adult education in this graph shows that 38-40% of people‘s studying is for gaining qualifications and interest
ing in subject. In contrast with, only 12% of them are studying to be able to change their jobs.
Approximately 20-22% of adults study
The pie chart shows
that the how costs of each course should be shared but the maximum these costs is individual that is covered by 40% and the minimum of these costs should be provided by taxpayer nearly 25% of it. Employers can support the costs by 35% . About 40% of the cost of each course should be paid by individuals, employers will help the pay for about 35% and taxpayers can only afford 25% of the share.
To sum up, most adults study for interest
ing in subject and the maximum amount of the costs of each course should be provided individually so these people should prepare their education costs.