A breakdown of the information about how many male and female learners graduating in Canada, a period of 15 years, started in 1992 is shown in the line chart. Overall, it is really important to bear in mind that the female proportion broke the record as the highest one over the timeframe. What's more, both figures performed as similar pattern.
By 1992, the number of female graduates in Canada had roughly been 100,000 which was significantly popular than other. In 1998, the figure for female graduates went up steadily to the same level after slightly increase in year before. By contrast, the male Canadian learners graduating numbered just 70,000 in the beginning of this year. It then remained relatively stable at roughly 70,000 in 1998.
According to the graph, after a slight decrease in 1998, the figure for female graduating in Canadian reached a peak of almost 150.000. However, apart from a brief decline again in 1998, the number of Canadian male graduates increases gradually over the 10 year timescale to finish at just under 100,000.