The given table illustrates precise connections between job and age of employees. Overall, the youngest ones , 18-25 years, are not interested in government, agriculture and manufacturing , whereas there are most retailers among three age classes. In other employment sectors there are nearly no difference in amount of workers in each age classes, however, older people prefer jobs in government or agriculture more than young ones.
Employees who are between 18 and 25 years like retailing. Other sectors have decent amount of workers except accountancy, law and agriculture. In addition, they seem to be interested manifacturing and health.
Workers who are not older than 40 years, but not younger than 25 years , are widely-spreaded in healthcare, education and catering. However, accountance and law are not favorite for them, whereas almost all other sections yield in amount of employees.
The oldest ones, from 40 to 65 years, are most likely to work in agriculture, government and manifacturing. As the other ones they are rarely met in accountance and law sectors adding catering like their own feature.