The chart below shows the percentage of time adults spending in different leisure activities in a particular country in 1998 and 2010.
The charts compare the percentage of time adults spend in six areas including shopping, cooking, eating, developing hobbies, reading and socializing between 1998 and 2010.
Generally speaking, the overall trends were quite similar from 1998 and 2010, to be more accurate, more than 20% of their spare time had been used for building social connections, followed by developing their hobbies, reading and shopping as well. On the contrary, people spent limited time on cooking and eating, the percentage of which was less than 10 in 1998 and even 5 in 2010.
However, slight differences can also be observed. To be specific, the time spent on shopping, and developing hobbies had increased obviously, from 10% to 15% and from 15% to 20% respectively during that period of time. Meanwhile, a subtle increase can be seen regarding socializing. In addition to this, the percentage of time used for reading maintained steady. By contrast, compared with 1998, people spent less time on cooking and eating due to the change of lifestyle in that country.
<span style="font-family:;" "="">In conclusion, more time and energy should be invested in handling the above problems in order to make both residents and governments benefit from this situation.
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