Below is the same chart, using the new bar chart module. One change is that the line breaks are cleaner.
Still, the chart is quite "crowded". If you look into "Refine" you will find new options, which will help us to make this chart better and easier to understand.
This is just one feature that is now available:
Via "Refine" > Labeling we can choose the option "Display labels in separate line". This will be a feature that will come handy always when the labels are long, such as questions from a survey.
But there are even more options, which help us to make the chart cleaner and even easier to understand.
We can "swap bar and value labels", which would put the percentage to the front and the labels into the bars.
Below is an example how the chart will look after the swap:
Using additional options in "Appearance" we can add a dotted line between the rows, make the bars a bit thicker and add a light grey bar in the background.
Below is the final chart, with all of the features from above enabled:
Separate rows with dotted line (not absolutely needed here, but it's nice)
Thicker bars (same as above, not strictly needed in this example. Use this feature if you have only few bars to make them visually more present. If you have many bars leave the bars as they are)
Adding color: As a final stroke we have colored the use of online resources for the job hunt from more traditional ways to get a new job, to show the large change at first sight.