The graph below shows female unemployment rates in each country of the United Kingdom in 2013 and 2014
A breakdown of the percentage of women who joblessness in particular countries of UK over a 12-month period, between 2013 and 2014,is presented in bar chart. At first glance, it is important to note that, in a year, there was a slight decline in female unemployment. While Scotland experienced a small rise in women who did not get a job, Northern Ireland saw a reverse.
To begin, in 2013, England witnessed the largest proportion of female unemployment, with 6.8%. However, this figure decreased in a year later by 0.3%. In contrast, there was an upward rate of women joblessness in Scotland. Interestingly, only this country which had an increasing percentage of employment women, this figure begins at 6.1% in 2013 and followed by an increase at 6.7% in 2014, the highest proportion of women out of work among four countries.
Moving to Wales and Northern Ireland, there were almost a near similar number of women occupied, at 5.4% and 5.6% respectively. Wales witnessed the smallest number women occupied of four countries in 2013 then this figure declined to 5.0% in 2014. Furthermore, there was a dramatic fall in Northern Ireland and become the least percentage of women occupied in 2014, declined by 1%.