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Bài viết mẫu IELTS – Employee’s average off work days – IELTS Task 1: Single
The chart shows the number of days the average employee has off work per year in four different countries. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparation where relevant.
The table indicates how many days the average employee has off work over the course of a year in four developed countries.
We can see that Japan is unique amongst the four countries in that the number of days oft due to public holidays (13) exceeds the number of days annual leave (11). The total of 24 days is the second lowest even though the number of public holidays is the highest.
The USA has the lowest total number of days oft per average employee. The number oi public holidays is to and the number of days annual leave is 12, giving a total of 22, which is the lowest of the four countries.
The UK gives employees fewer public holidays (8) than the other three countries. Italy offers 9. The number of days annual leave is more than double the number for the USA and Japan with the UK giving 27 and Italy giving the most at 37. 777/5 results in total days off being 35 and 40 for the UK and Italy respectively.
To summarise, in the two West European countries, the number of days annual leave is substantially higher than the number of public holidays and the totals for those countries are higher than the totals for Japan and the USA. Italy gives the average employee more days off than the other three countries and the USA gives the least.
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