The given bar chart illustrates the employment situations in different nations in two year:1995 and 2005


Overall, it is clear that Switzerland showed the highest level of employment in both years. In addition, the proportion of men and women who had jobs grew in all countries in a 10-year period.


In 1995, nearly 70% of men in Switzerland and Iceland were offered jobs, followed by 60% in Newzealand and USA. Australia had the lowest employment rate, at about 56%. Besides, the proportion of women with jobs was the highest in Switzerland, at about 57%, and that in UK was at the second position. The percentage of females in UK was marginally higher than in USA. Meanwhile, the rates in Australia and New Zealand were equal at around 27%.


From 1995 to 2005, the figure for men rose by around 10% in most countries, except UK, where recorded a 13% increase. This period also showed a gradual rise by 10% in the proprortion of women in nearly all of countries, with the exceptions of USA and Newzealand, whose gaps between two years were about 15%.

Topic: The graph below shows information on employment rates across 6 countries in 1995 and 2005.

Summarise the information by choosing and describe the main idea, and make comparisons where appropriate.

The given bar chart illustrates (wrong word. Read my advice.) the employment situations (incorrect. That is not the data values plotted.) in different nations in two year:1995 and 2005 (wrong form, wrong spacing, missing punctuation.) (Your first paragraph needs to describe all aspects of the bar chart. How many countries, examples of them and data for males and females. )


Overall, it is clear that (extraneous verbiage. Read my advice.) Switzerland showed the highest level of employment in both years. In addition, the employment rates were higher in 2005 compared to 1995. proportion of men and women who had jobs grew in all countries in a 10-year period. (wrong expression. "period" is for continuous data. )

In 1995, nearly 70% of men in Switzerland and Iceland were offered jobs, (wrong expression. It is not about hiring people. ) followed by 60% in Newzealand and USA. Australia had the lowest employment rate, at about 56%. Besides, the proportion of women with jobs (wrong expression) was the highest in Switzerland, at about 57%, and that in the UK was at the second position. The percentage of females in the UK was marginally higher than in USA. Meanwhile, the rates in Australia and New Zealand were equal at around 27%.

(You do not need a new paragraph. The topic has not changed.)
From 1995 to 2005, the figure (wrong word) employment rates for men rose by around 10% in most countries, except the UK, where (wrong word) (wrong word) which recorded a 13% increase. This period also showed a gradual rise (wrong expression. "Gradual" is inappropriate for discrete time points.) by 10% in the proprortion of women in nearly all of these countries, with the exception exceptions of the USA and Newzealand, whose gaps (wrong word) between two years were about 15%.


Note: Demographic measures are precisely defined. It is nearly always wrong to use synonyms, because they will not have the same definition.