The Chart Shows the Employment Status of Adults in The Us in 2003 and 2013

The chart shows the employment status of adults in the US in 2003 and 2013. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

The Chart Shows the Employment Status of Adults in the Us in 2003 and 2013

The chart illustrates the job standards of the number of grown-up people in departments of education and training, hotel industry, medical building, business, self-employed and unemployed in 2003 and 2013. Overall, it is evident from the bar graph that the employment rate was much lower in the year 2003 as compared to 2013, except in the business area, which overall was the highest among all the figures. The public was more interested in freelancing in 2013 than in any other job. The hotel industry had the lowest preference in 2003. The decrease in the unemployment rate was the weakest as opposed to other fields of professions.

In terms of education training, around eight people were employed in 2003, whereas the year 2013 saw a rise up to 17. The hotel industry in 2003 was low, having about seven people, compared to the year 2013, which showed around 18 people. Twenty people from the medical field were employed in 2003, which was higher than in the year 2013, i.e. only ten people. The building involved ten people from 2003, which increased in the year 2013 to 20.

Furthermore, the business department had the highest figure of people working there in 2003, about 46, but it dipped to almost 28 in 2013. Self-employed saw growth in the year 2013 as compared to the 2003 year with 11 and 31, respectively. The number of unemployed citizens dropped to 5 in 2013 in contrast to the 2003 year, which was 11.

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