The two bar charts compare what British graduates and postgraduates did in 2008 after graduation.
The first bar chart shows that almost 30,000 UK graduate students decided to continue their education in 2008 after leaving college. Those who opted for part-time work or were without a job after graduation ranged between 16,000 and 18,000. Only 3,500 graduates chose to spend their time doing voluntary work.
Almost 30,000 post graduate students went on for further studies in 2008 and approximately 200 less were engaged in part-time work. A little over 1,500 postgraduates did not have work. Finally, very few university leavers, that is, 345 chose voluntary work.
Most graduates and undergraduates continued with their studies and not that many of them opted to volunteer. Both types of students found part-time work rather than being unemployed. The difference between part-time work and unemployment was smaller among graduates than it was for postgraduates.
Question taken from Cambridge IELTS 10 p.77