The pie charts illustrates the proportions of group’s volunteers in 2008 and 2014.
Overall, the group majority on that period came from educational and environmental subjects, respectively, whilst the lowest groups in both years were similar which was from health care.
As can be seen from the pie chart for 2008, the majority of the group was educational (24 per cent) and it followed by environmental (21 per cent), art (18 per cent), sport and others, which was have a similar percentage, at 15 per cent, and the smallest was from health care.
Meanwhile, based on pie chart for 2014, the gap between the highest group and the second highest, which was environmental and sport, were just around 4 per cent. And the third highest was educational with 17 per cent. It followed by art with 12 per cent, others with 9 per cent, and the last was health care with just 8 per cent.
Posted in Malang, 2 March 2021, 21.30–21.47
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The pie charts show the proportions of people volunteering in various kinds of organizations in 2008 and 2014.
It is clear that while volunteer’s participation in environmental, sport, and health care increased, the opposite was true for other types of organizations. Additionally, the percentages of health care volunteers were by far the lowest during the two years.
In 2008, volunteering in educational organizations was the most common choice, accounting for nearly a quarter of all volunteerS, while 21 per cent and 18 per cent of volunteers took part in environmental and art projects respectively. 15 per cent of volunteers worked in sport organizations and another 15 per cent in other organizations, while only 6 per cent volunteered in health care.
In 2014, significantly more volunteers worked in environmental and sport organizations compared with the other field, at 29 per cent and 25 per cent respectively. Meanwhile, the figures for art and other volunteers both fell by 6 per cent. There was also a slight fall in volunteers in educational organizations, at 17 per cent while volunteering in health care was still the least preferred option, at only 8 per cent.