The bar chart illustrates information about the amount of money which were spent on five consumer goods in the UK and France in 2010.
Overall, what stands out from the chart is that the expenditures of the UK on cars, books and cameras were much more than France.
Regarding France expenditures, the spent money on cars and computers were the highest, at £400,000 and around £380,000 respectively. This was twice as popular as perfumes, at 200,000 pounds. Books were in the third place, with £300,000. Lastly, the least popular item was cameras, at 150,000 pounds.
As regards the UK, cars were also the number-one in the list, at £450,000, exceeding the France by £50,000. Books in the UK were as popular as France, with £400,000 spent on it. The British spent on computers as much as on cameras, at £350,000, this meant that the British spent on cameras twice as much as France. Finally, perfumes were the least popular goods in the UK, with around 150,000 pounds.
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Maidstone Chambers is looking to recruit Third Six pupils, with a view to tenancy, due to an increasing work load across all our practice areas.
We are a mixed common law chambers based in Maidstone, Kent and practise predominantly in Kent, Sussex and London. Chambers core practice areas are Crime (Prosecution and Defence), Civil (Landlord and Tennant, Trusts of Land, Insolvency and Probate), Family and Military Law. Individual tenants also undertake instructions in Regulatory and Public Law matters.
Successful candidates will have experience of criminal work and at least one of Chambers core practice areas, and will be willing to practice in both London and the wider South Eastern Circuit. Chambers encourages Third Six Pupils to apply for tenancy and will therefore offer mentoring and career development to help pupils develop the practice they want when junior tenants. During third six, pupils can expect to be in court nearly everyday across the Magistrates', Crown and County Courts.
Although based in the County Town of Kent, a stone's throw from the busy Combined Court Centre, members live across Kent, Sussex and London. Chambers offers a friendly and relaxed professional environment and the opportunity to have a true work/life balance.
To apply, please send a copy of your CV and a covering letter detailing why you seek a Third Six Pupilage with Maidstone Chambers and what your aspirations are for your practice as a junior tenant to Alexia Zimbler ( [email protected] ). All applications will be treated in strictest confidence and in compliance with the Bar Council's Equality & Diversity Rules.
Posted: 15 December 2016