The chart below gives information about the average annual pay of doctors and other workers in seven different countries in 2004.
Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
The given bar graph illustrates a comprehensive overview of the average salaries per year of doctors and other workers in seven nations namely Canada, the Czech Republic, Finland, France, Germany, Switzerland, the United States in 2004. As evident from the statistical data, the salaries of doctors accounted for the highest position compared to other professions in the countries surveyed. Also noteworthy is the fact that the most outstanding disparity can be seen in the figure for the United States.
Further inspection reveals that an outstanding distinction between doctor’ salaries and other workers can be observed in the figure for the United State, which stood at 145 and 43 thousand dollars respectively. In addition, German doctors were paid about 3.5 times higher than their counterparts in other jobs, with respective figures being 112 and 30 thousand dollars. Similarly, the average annual salaries of Canadian and Swiss doctors were relatively equal at approximately 107 thousand dollars, which was significantly higher than that of the remaining occupations at 30 thousand dollars in both countries.
Likewise, 30 thousand dollars was the average wage annually of other occupations in France and Finland, while doctors made 84 and 55 thousand in both nations, respectively. Additionally, while the average annual wage of doctors in the Czech Republic commanded 40 thousand dollars, that of other jobs occupied 15 thousand dollars, being 25 thousand dollars lower than the former.