This pie chart shows the information about main reason for migration to and from the UK in 2007. To begin with, we can see that there are categories in comparison which are formal study, accompany, looking for work, definite job, no reason stated and other. According to the graph, the largest proportion goes to definite job for both immigration and emigration with the figure of 30% and 29% respectively. Last but not the least, the smallest proportion of immigration goes to no reason stated at 6%, while that of emigration is formal study at 4%. In conclusion, this is a very useful graph and it helps to understand the migration situation in UK.