MemberJune 1, 2022 at 12:23 PM
The line graphs illustrate the demand and production of steel, and numbers of workers employed in UK for period of January to December in 2010.
Overall, the amount produced was greater than the actual demand; however demand surpassed the production in end. Although the number workers employed declined at the end of year, meanwhile there were fluctuation in between.
Initially in January the production was 4000 million tones which was double the actual demand. The production reached 5000 million tones around March, after while it showed a steep decline, and moreover it remained constant for next couple of months. Production again showed rise after august rose nearly to 5000 million tones and following that it decreased sharply resulting production of lower than 1000 million tons in December.
Meanwhile the actual demand showed fluctuations throughout the year, although for most of the time it was between 2000 to 3000 million tones. At last near to December it went to record lowest of zero, after that it raise and ended the year with the actual demand of 2000 million tones. Meanwhile the year started with 5000,000 workers which kept on increasing for quite a time and showed a steep decline around March. For next six months no of worker remained nearly around to 3000,000. Later on after August the number kept on decreasing slightly with lower rate compared to first decline and by the end of December there were only 1000,000 workers left.