The charts below show qualification of graduates working in one advertising company in the year 1990 and 2010. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting main features and make comparison where relevant.
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The pie charts present an overview of the change of the proportion in qualification of graduates who work for an advertising company in two years, 1990 and 2010 respectively.
First degree in art and in science rose in importance throughout the 20-year period, with the former growing from 18% to 27% and the latter from 18% to 24%. The increase also made these two qualifications become the largest two sources where the personnel of the company come from. The two decades also witnessed a slight rise in PhD of science, although the trend was moderate in comparison to the first degree in art and science.
On the other hand, Master Degree and PhD Degree in art were in the decline. The change in Master Degree in art was quite obvious (from 27% to 12%), while the drop in PhD Degree was almost unnoticeable (only 1%). Besides, there was the same percentage of staff of PhD Degree in Science, 20% in both years.
Overall, the importance of first degree is highlighted in this advertising company.
考试题目： In some countries, the criminal trials are shown on the TV and the general public can watch them. To the advantages outweigh the disadvantages?
It is a common phenomenon that we are surrounded by crime reports transmitted by a variety of media audits like television. Some believe that it is likely to impose negative impact on our society. Personally, whether such publicity of violent scenes is positive or negative is still under question.
It is of course the true case that violent information exerts a detrimental influence on people subconsciously, particularly on children lacking the ability of judgment. In this way, children are of great likelihood to mimic what they have seen in violent television programs. It is also fair to say that this is evident for some adults. By that I mean violent images lead people to be more anxious about their safety, since they may automatically presume whatever disastrous sufferings they saw on screen or newspaper may fall on them. Therefore, being to meticulous about their security, many perspectives of their lives such as working efficiency and life qualities are the collateral victims.
However, in spite of this, there is no adequate reason for the eradication of criminality on screen. Those who are negatively affected are just a result of the disability to psychologically control themselves properly, which cannot be attributed to media, and it is incumbent upon it to inform the massed of what have happened around them, no matter good or bad. In addition, objectively, it is indisputably persuasive that the description of crimes actually serves as a deterrent to these potential criminals, who harbor the conspiracy to break the law.
In conclusion, the appearance of anti-social behaviors on television demonstrates both its upsides and downsides in society. However, age limitation should be carried out in case the very young who lack judgment go astray.