The chart shows the percentage of people who owns a computer based on their educational level in year 2002 to 2010, and the percentage of computer ownership from year 2002 to 2010. It can be observed that, those who are in the post graduate level has the highest percentage of people who owns a computer both in year 2002 and 2010. In addition, the percentage of population of people who has computers had an increasing movement from 2002 to 2010.
People with no high school diploma has the least percentage for both years. In 2002 they only had approximately 15% of percentage of ownership, the percentage tripled in year 2010. Meanwhile, the high school students had computer on year 2002 was about 35%. In year 2010, the former doubled its percentage. The group who hasn’t finished their college yet had 55% of computer ownership in year 2002 and reached 85% after 8 years. Moreover, those people who had bachelor’s degree and post graduate qualifications had the highest percentage among the group. In year 2002 they had more or less 80% and in year 2010 the percentage reached a little under 100%.
The computer ownership had an increasing trend for 8 years, starting to 2002 until 2010. It started close to 60% and climbed to roughly 88% in year 2010.