MemberMay 17, 2022 at 6:46 PM
The given line graphs educate us with the Demand for Steel in million tones and the Number of labourers employed for the year 2010.
These graphs specifically talk about the UK where they elaborate the demand by comparing the amount produced against the actual demand.
During the start of the year there was a steady increase in the amount produced and the man-force available while the requirement was slowly paced. Within a couple of months the amount of workers showed a steep decline affecting the amount manufactured. By the mid of the year there was a steady increase in the demand but the amount manufactured was always higher surprisingly the worker count had almost reduced to half.
Over the next 3 months all the aspects had their own ups and downs. For the last quarter things went haywire. By the end of the calendar year, even with the ups and downs the demand came back to where it was at the start of the year but the amount manufactured and the workers available saw a drastic decline.