The Pie Charts Show The Main Reasons for Migration to And from The Uk in 2007

The pie charts show the main reasons for migration to and from the UK in 2007.

The pie charts show the main reasons for migration to and from the UK in 2007

The pie chart illustrates the various causes of people moving to another country from the UK and individuals like to settle in the UK in 2007.

Overall, it is immediately apparent from the chart that the major rationale why people change their country was because of a definite job, while UK residents moved out from mostly another country.

In detail, the definite job was the main reason people shifted in the United Kingdom, adding 30%.similarly, regarding emigration, same category, definite job accounted for nearly all of the outgoings at 29%. Other grounds were smaller ratio. 26% of unity moved to the United Kingdom for formal study, which was the second main reason why people shifted there. This was followed by emigration; only 4% of people moved overseas for study purposes. Looking for work, 12% of people chose another destination, but in emigration, this ratio inclined to 22% in 2007.

Furthermore, 15% of people got settled in the purpose of the accompany/join, but on the opposite, this ratio plummeted by 2% in 2007. it is interesting to note that 6% of individuals who migrated to the UK had no reason, and this value surged to 18% in the emigration category. Moreover, as some section was like to move to the European nation for other purposes with share at 11% and those people departed from the UK, it was at 14% in 2007.

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