You should spend about 20 minutes on this task.
The chart and table below give information about healthcare resources and life expectancy in different countries.
Summarize the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
You should write at least 150 words.
Hospital beds per thousand of the population
Government health spending
The given bar chart supplies data on the number of hospital bed facilities for each thousand people in eight different countries whereas the table data gives information about the healthcare spending and average life expectancy in Japan, Netherlands and US. Overall, Japan has more hospital beds for per thousand people while the US spends more on healthcare budget.
According the to the bar graph, Australia, Netherlands, United Kingdom, Canada Spain and the United states each have average one hospital bed for per 4 thousand population. Japan on the other hand has the largest number of hospital bed facility for their citizens; which is 14 per thousand. Germany has second largest number of hospital beds which is 8 per thousand.
The data presented on the table reveals that Japanese people have the highest average life expectancy of 83 years compared to 80 years in Netherlands and 78 years in the US. The government spending in healthcare in the US is highest ($ 6719/ person) compared to $3481 in Netherlands and $2581 in Japan.