The two pie charts below show some employment patterns in Great Britain in 1992. Summarize the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
The pie charts illustrate the employment enlistment in two categories (manual and non-manual) in Great Britain in 1992.
Overall, it is clear that for administrative work, female employment is higher in comparison to male. Whereas, for managerial and professional work, males are chosen highly in comparison to females.
The pie charts give information, in manual work, that is, for another manual nearly a quarter of male is selected in comparison to female. In terms of, general labourers the selection percentage is low in both genders; craftwork selection percentage is also the same in both males and females.
In terms of the non-manual hiring process, for managerial and professional the male enlistment is about 38% whereas, female with 29%. In addition, for administrative work female listing is more which is 31% and male is only 6%.
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