IELTS Writing Task Part 1 Bar graph # Salaries of various professions

IELTS Writing Task Part 1:

The chart above shows information about various professions in the U.K. and their salaries. The table shows the average working hours per week for each profession.

 

Summarize the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons wherever relevant.

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Profession Average working of hours per week
Police 40
Nurse 38
Teacher 55
Firefighter 55
Underground Driver 36
Sample Answer

The bar graph shows the salaries of various professions when they started, compared with their salaries after three years. The adjoining table also contains data for the average working hours for each profession per week.

It can be deciphered that the salaries after three years have increased for each profession. However, the underground train driver got the maximum increment of 2500 Pounds, and the policeman got the least increment of 600 Pounds. The nurse got the least salary amounting to only approximate 15,700 Pounds, whereas the underground train driver got just under 50,000 Pounds which was the highest amount of salary in comparison. On the other hand, the teacher and the policeman get slightly more than 23,000 Pounds and 33,000 Pounds respectively.

Comparing this data to the working hours per week, it is found that the underground train driver is being paid the most amount of money per hour and nurse being paid the least. In contrast, the teacher and firefighter have 55 working hours which are the highest. Moreover, the nurse and the underground train driver have 38 and 36 working hours respectively, which are the lowest.

To sum up, even after three years and a substantial raise of salary for each profession, the trend does not change and the tube driver was still topping the chart and the nurse on the last position.

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WRITING TASK 1: The proportion of males and females in India.

WRITING TASK 1

You should spend about 20 minutes on this task.

The bar graph below shows the proportion of males and females in India during 1950-1990.

Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

 

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Sample Answer

The given bar graph illustrates the number of males and females in India from 1950 to 1990. Over the period of 40 years, the total number of population has drastically increased.

As we can see from the data,the population of females was greater in 1960 than in 1950, whereas, the population of males was higher in 1990 than in 1980. Before 1970,the population of females was higher than the male population,whereas, the population of both males and females has reached at par in 1970. Thereafter, the population of males has started increasing at an increasing rate and reached at a level of 36 crores in 1980.Additionally, As per the records, the population of India has doubled over 40 years.

From 1950 until 1990, the graph suggests that the sex ratio in India has considerably declined due to different reasons.It is also clear that, initially the female population in India was higher than the male population, which had completely reversed during the given period.

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Writing Task 1: Indian Retail Industry

Pie chart is a type of graph in which a circle is divided into sectors that each represent a proportion of the whole. These charts are best preferred when comparing different sub-categories or to represent the whole of the entire situation. This time let us have a look at a sample answer that compares two pie charts and summarizes the information required.

WRITING TASK 1

You should spend about 20 minutes on this task.

The pie charts below show the distribution of the market share of different segments in Indian Retail Industry from 2010 to 2015.

Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
INDIAN RETAIL INDUSTRY

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Sample Answer

The two pie charts compare the distribution of segments in the Indian retail sector during 2010 and 2015.

The significant segments for the retail sector in India were clothing and textile comprising  approximately 40% of the total market share. Whereas footwear and other sectors were the minor contributors in the Indian retail industry.

As we can see, clothing and textile consisted of 37% in the first year and showed an insignificant increase of only 3% in 2015. On the contrary, in 2010, the proportion of food and beverages fell marginally to 18% in 10 years.

With reference to the market share of the other two constituents of retail industry,there was an approximate 4% growth in consumer durable whereas, footwear segment rose by 2%  in 2015.On the other side, the market share of other segments declined by 5% in 2015,by 17%v to 12%.

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IELTS Academic Writing task 1: In-house training

Writing Task 1:

You should spend about 20 minutes on this task.

The graph and pie chart below give information on in-house training courses in a large financial company.

Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

Write at least 150 words.

 

Sample Answer

The charts provide details about various internal training programs in a financial organisation.

Overall, it can be clearly observed that the most amount of training hours per year are spent on technical skills. Most of the employees believe that training programs are important for their job.

Looking at the details of the pie chart, 30 hours per year are spent on training workers in technical field which is the highest in the given chart while a mere 5 hours per annum are invested on training employees in health and safety. Career development is the second most important topic as employees give 15 hours per year training to it whereas, 10 hours yearly are spent on training staff in interpersonal skills.

Office workers are subdivided into two categories: manager and secretary. Seventy seven percent managers and 86 % secretaries believe it is important for their job to participate in training.  Approximately 10 % of both the groups are of the view that training is a waste of valuable time. Nearly 2/3 of managers believe that participating in training is a good excuse for a change while the percentage of secretary is marginally lower. Half of the managers consider training as good for networking while fewer secretaries (41%) hold this opinion.

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