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Average annual travel-related expenditures, 2008

Slide Content

The slide presents a breakdown of travel-related expenditures in 2008, with a focus on the percentage of consumer spending that goes into travel. A large pie chart segment shows that 97% of all consumer expenditures are non-travel related, while a small sliver and adjacent area represent travel-related expenses at 3%. The latter is further broken down into categories such as Transportation (44%), Food & Beverages (23%), Lodging (23%), and Entertainment (10%), each implying how much of the travel budget was typically allocated to these areas.

Graphical Look

  • The main image is a colorful pie chart with a detached segment.
  • The detached segment of the pie chart extends into a larger area with four differently colored rectangular shapes.
  • Each rectangle has a percentage value and is labeled with an area of expenditure: Transportation, Food & Beverages, Lodging, and Entertainment.
  • Icons accompany the text labels within the rectangles; for example, a plane icon for Transportation and a bed for Lodging.
  • The rectangular areas vary in size to visually represent the proportion of spending per category.
  • A source attribution is placed discreetly at the bottom left corner, indicating the data's origin.
  • The slide has a gradient blue background that complements the color scheme of the chart and rectangles.

The slide has a professional and clean design with a clear emphasis on visual data representation. The use of icons and varying color intensities for different categories aids in quickly conveying the relative expenses in each sector.

Use Cases

  • To present an overview of travel spending in a financial report or market analysis.
  • For illustrating spending habits or consumer trends in a travel industry presentation.
  • To support discussions on budget allocation in a business context, specifically within the travel or hospitality sectors.
  • Within educational settings, to teach about economic statistics or consumer behavior studies.

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