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Annual spending by a particular UK school in 1981, 1991 and 2001.

The pie charts show the annual expenditure reports of a school over a period of three decades with each recorded ten years apart from the previous one. It can clearly be seen that the largest portion of the budget is over 40% is spent on salaries of educators.
It is evident from the data that overall there is one secondary area where the school spends the revenue other than that of teachers' salaries. For the years 1981 and 1991 it was non-teaching workers' salaries with a share of 28% and 22% respectively while in 2001 schools shifted its focus on furniture and equipment as the share increased to 28% whereas the other workers' salaries decrease to 15%. On further analysis, you will find the insurance is the area where the institute spends the least amount of its finances. It had a share of 2% and 3% in the years 1981 and 1991 respective which is raised to 8% in the early 2000s. Moving forward you will see that the resources for running the school cover less than or equal to one-fifth (20%) of the yearly spendings.
The pie charts
show
the annual expenditure reports of a school over a period of three decades with each recorded ten years apart from the previous one. It can
clearly
be
seen
that the largest portion of the budget is over 40%
is spent
on salaries of educators.

It is evident from the data that
overall
there is one secondary area where the school spends the revenue other than that of teachers' salaries. For the years 1981 and 1991 it was non-teaching workers' salaries with a share of 28% and 22%
respectively
while in 2001 schools shifted its focus on furniture and equipment as the share increased to 28% whereas the other workers' salaries decrease to 15%. On
further
analysis, you will find the insurance is the area where the institute spends the least amount of its finances. It had a share of 2% and 3% in the years 1981 and 1991 respective which
is raised
to 8% in the early 2000s. Moving forward you will
see
that the resources for running the school cover less than or equal to one-fifth (20%) of the yearly
spendings
.

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