MemberSeptember 6, 2022 at 12:14 AM
The given line graphs illustrate the quarterly data of demand and production of steel in million tonnes in the Uk and the number of steel industrial employees in 2010.
Overall, it is evident that over the given period, though with some shifts steel demand increased, but the production of steel and the workers count shown a downward trend.
The steel production-demand scale in the Uk depicts the initial steel production of 4000 million tonnes, which meant to be the exact double of required steel of the same time. When the demand of steel remained static with certain fluctuations in the further months, interestingly there was a production-ratio leap to 5000 million tonnes in the first and third quarters. By December, steel demand, after hitting a low of no demand, increased and rebounded to its initial 2000 million tonnes in contrast to the gradual decrease of production of steel to below 1000 million tonnes.
Moving into the staff numbers, although the steel industries occupied 5000 workers at first, this dramatically declined to 3000 by the middle of first quarter and which then was almost constant with just a rise of 35000 during August. Further steady drop resulted only 1000 workers to remain on these steel factories by December 2010.