The Graphs below Show the Numbers of Male and Female Workers in 1975 and 1995

The graphs below show the numbers of male and female workers in 1975 and 1995 in several employment sectors of the Republic of Freedonia. Write a report for a university teacher describing the information shown.

The graphs below show the numbers of male and female workers in 1975 and 1995

The line graph provides statistics on men and women employed in different job divisions in the Rebuplic of Freedonia. The data was collected in 1975 and 1995.

Overall, the number of employees fluctuated for the recorded sectors. Men outnumbered women in all the divisions in 1975, whilst in 1995, the female staff only overtook the number of males in two sectors alone.

In 1975, the highest number of almost 900 males were employed in the Non – defence sector compared to a low of almost 250 employed in Defence. In contrast, women serving the Defence had the lowest number in all sectors of 50, then in Non-defence which employed almost 600 females. However, the numbers of both genders employed in four other sectors varied between just above 100 to almost 650, in that same year.

On the other hand, two decades later, women staffers overtook the male gender in two sectors, by a margin of 250 in Communication and a difference of about 50 in Wholesale, retail and trade, with men continuing to be on top in the other four sectors and most dominating in Non-defence. Additionally, their female counterparts increased their turnout in Finance to almost equal the males at just below 450. Nevertheless, statistics in the remaining departments continued to show a fluctuating trend between 100 to 850 employees.

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