A glance at the graph reveals the information about changes in average house price in five different cities from 1990 to 2002, which figures are compared with the average house price in 1989. In general, these are the information provided that the percentage change about average house prices, which are collected data from New York (USA), Madrid (Spain), Tokyo (Japan), Frankfurt (Germany) and London (UK). It is obvious that the percentage in New York, Madrid, Tokyo and London have significant growth, especially in London. According to the graph, it is clear that the figures were less than the percentage in 1989 except Madrid and Frankfurt. The figures were the lowest from 1990 to 1995 in London and Tokyo, approximately negative 7.5 percent. The figures from Madrid and Frankfurt were a little higher than the figures in 1989, vicinity of 2 percent and 3 percent. Notwithstanding, the figures had changed a lot. The figures from New York and London which compared with the figure from 1990 to 1995, had a twice growth respectively 5 percent and 12 percent. The data which had a slightly growth were from Madrid and Tokyo, just 2 to 3 percent higher than before. In fact, there was an opposite tend in 1990-1995 and 1996-2000. The figure dropped merely 1 percent from 1996 to 2000.
Recently, there is no doubt that the most useful method which can help people to make a living in the modern city is looking for a job. In reality, job can enrich human’s life, because people can obtain adequate benefits by having a job such as interpersonal communication, plenty of information and opportunities, and adjusting capability. Meanwhile, job satisfaction is the biggest mind benefits for workers. Job satisfaction makes people to be willing on what they do. In fact, there are many factors which can contribute to job satisfaction. First of all, the ideal salary is the most important reasons and main element which motivate workers to do the work. For employees, the salary reflects how...
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