The chart below shows the qualification of graduates at an engineering company in 1980 and 2008.
The two pie charts show the different levels of qualification across the workforce of an engineering company in 1980 and 2008. The data concerns only two major subjects, Art of Science, but distinctions were made between workers who took Art or Science as a first degree, or at masters or Ph.D level.
The biggest difference presented by the charts is that the number of workers who took Art or Science as their first degree decreased dramatically from 1980 to 2008. In 2008, less than half of the proportion of workers in the company had studied either of these two subjects as their first degree, down to 21% in 2008 from 45% in 1980.
Another large difference is the far greater proportion of workers who are now achieving a Ph.D level qualification in Science or Art. In Science, only 13% of workers had completed a Ph.D in 1980, whereas in 2008, this had increased to 30%. A similar increase was seen in Art Ph.Ds , up to 7% from 2%, which represents a greater than 100% increase over the 28 years.
On the other hand, very little change was seen in the proportion of masters level graduate employees over the 28 years. In science, no change at all was recorded, and in Art there was a mere 2% climb.
In some countries, some criminal trials are shown on the television and the general public can watch them, do you think the advantages of this outweigh the disadvantages?
In some countries, some criminal trials are shown on the television and the general public can watch them,
do you think the advantages of this outweigh the disadvantages?
A few criminal trials can be watched by the audience on the television in some nations, which may bring negative effects according to certain people. For example, the bloody pictures and immoral ways of behavior may leave the audiences with uncomfortable and disgusting impressions. But as far as I am concerned, the advantages of showing these criminal trials to the general public are more because of the two reasons below.
Firstly, showing the criminal trials on TV can teach people about laws and how to protect themselves from criminals. For example, younger generations, especially kinds and teenagers, sometimes can not tell right from wrong since they are so young. By watching these kind of criminal trials, they can get involved in the laws through real cases and learn from misfortunes of others rather than themselves, thus knowing the dos and don’ts, following the laws and regulations of the society when they grow up in the future.
Secondly, showing the criminal trials can get the general public involved in the trial process and speculate the trial directly, letting them know what happened outside. For example, the audience from each places in the nation can never see one trial at the same time without the help of TV, government can have better communication with the general public from everywhere by showing the criminals trials on TV, thus the general public can have a speculation and know if it is fair or not.
To conclude, showing the criminals on TV will definitely bring more benefits for us than the negative impacts, such as teaching people about laws and regulations and get the public involved in the trial processes directly, which will do good for the general public as well as the governments.
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