The charts below show the result of a survey of adult education. The first chart shows the reason why adults decide to study. The pie chart shows how people think the costs of adult education should be shared.
According to the first bar graph, around 40% adults decide to study because of their interest in study which is the most influential reason for adult study. Gaining qualification is another important reason that influences more than 35% adult to continue their studies. Job related reasons contribute to around 20% adult to decide to study while meeting people inspire around 10% people to study.
According to the pie chart, the people who have decided to do the further education thinks that 40% of this cost should be provided by the individuals who are getting enrolled in the study while 35% cost should be shared by the employers since they are deciding to study to do better in their job position. The remaining 25% cost should be shared by the taxpayers according to these people.
In summary, interest in subjects, improving qualification, better job position and improving communication with people are the reasons most adults decide to study and according to them the cost of this study should be shared by individuals, employers and tax payers.