The bar chart above compares the changes in mobile-phone subscriptions between developed and developing countries over the year 2000 to 2008. From the given data, we may conclude that developing countries have witnessed a sharp/rapid/dramatic/significant/marked increase in its mobile-phone subscriptions, growing tenfold from __0.4 billion___in___2000__ to __4 billion__ in __2008 ___. On the contrary, in developed countries, the rise has been much slower. The number increased only twice from about 0.5 billion in 2000 to 1 billion in 2008.
The pie chart shows the proportions of residents’ consumption during the Spring Festival in a certain city in China. According to the chart data, people spend most on New Year’s gifts, with its percentage being the highest among all the four categories, at __40___%. On the contrary, the proportions of spending on transportation, gathering and other activities are much lower, each accounting for__ 20___%.
The line chart above clearly demonstrates the tremendous increase in the number of museums and their visitors in China during 2013 and 2015. According to the chart data, the museums’ number in China has been rising continuously. In___2013___, there were only 4165 museums, while within no more than two years, the number has jumped to __4697___. In the meantime, the number of museum visitors has also risen significantly from __637.8_million___in___2013___ to __781.1_ million ___in ___2015___.
The table represents the results of a survey on employee job satisfaction in a certain company._The data reveals that the proportion/percentage of employees satisfied with their current jobs is highest for the age group 50 and over, at __40___%. In contrast, younger people seem more undecided about their job satisfaction, with 50% of employees choosing “uncertain.” Meanwhile, most employees in their forties (64%) believe that they are disappointed with their job.