## graduation in canada statistics

The given graph provides information regarding how many university students in Canada graduated and data about whether they were females of males in the period between 1992 and 2007

In summary, the number of graduates had a noticable difference between girls and boys. Throughout the period, males had a tendency to increase broadly in line with females.

A closer look at the line graph reveals that the number of females constituted at approximately 100,000 students, followed by a minimal uplift at somewhere in the region of 105,000 students in 1995. The figure then was witnessed to grow slightly and peak at nearby 140,000 students subsequently in 2007.

Turning to male students, at the beginning of the period, the number of them made up at just above 70,000 students. Next, there was a substantial rise in this figure as it jumped to just under 80,000 students in 1995, prior to taking off from approximately 78,000 students to roughly 100,000 students in 2007.