MemberDecember 27, 2021 at 7:37 PM
The line graph depicts the manufacture and need for steel in million tonnes and the number of worker employed in the steel industry in the UK in 2010 from January to December.
Overall, there are fluctuations in the demand for steel throughout the year while its production showed both upward and downward trend at the beginning and end of the year but remain steady in between and number of workers employed were higher at the beginning then when the year approaches to its end.
Demand for steel in January was 2000 million tonnes, whereas the amount produced was twice the number. A sudden rise was seen in the demand and production of steel after January by 1000 million tonnes. Even though, demand for steel was fluctuating from April to August but the production remain steady throughout and has a sudden decline in August. After a spike in both production and demand in the months between August and December by more than 1000 million tones, a sudden drop is seen in amount of steel production from 5000 million tonnes to 1000 million tonnes. A slight drop in demand for steel was also seen from 2500 million tonnes to 0 million tonnes by September. But it outrun to 2500 million tonnes by December.
On the other hand, number of workers employed in month of January were 5000 which shows a slight increased in the month of February. After which a sharp fall of workers were seen in march and then the number remains constant till May and again upward and downward trends were observed till August where it shows the little upward trend increasing the number of employees to 3500. But then employees started decreasing gradually and fell down to 1000 million tonnes in December.