The chart shows the unemployment rate and the number of people leaving Ireland from 1988 to 2008.

The line graph depicts the variation in the percentage of unemployed people and in the number of emigrants from Ireland.

The unemployment rate in 1988 was the highest, at approximately 17%. It then declined significantly to nearly 12,5% in 1990. Subsequently, the proportion grew to nearly 15% in 1992 before declining steadily to nearly 5% in 2004, which was its lowest point. From 2004 this percentage raised slightly to 6% in 2008.

The number of people leaving Ireland in 1988 was the highest, 65,000 people. Over the next four years, this number dropped substantially to 35.000 before it grew minimally to 37.000 in 1994. After that, this number decreased steadily and finally reached its lowest point at 25.000 in 2002. From this year, the number increased stably and ended at 45.000 in 2008.

Overall, both lines showed a quite similar trend. Both the unemployment rate and the number of emigrants from Ireland decreased between 1988 and 1990 and increased between 2004 and 2008.

The line graph depicts the variation in the percentage of unemployed people in Ireland over a twenty-year period starting in 1988, and the area chart shows in the number of emigrants from Ireland during that period.

Overall, the two graphs mostly followed a similar pattern, except for the two years between 1990 and 1992.

The unemployment rate in 1988 was the highest, at approximately 17%. It then declined significantly to nearly 12.5% in 1990. Subsequently, the proportion it grew to nearly 15% in 1992 before declining steadily to nearly 5% in 2004, which was its lowest point. From 2004, this percentage raised rose slightly to 6% in 2008.

The number of people leaving Ireland in 1988 was the highest, 65,000 people. Over the next four years, this number dropped substantially to 35,000 before it grew minimally modestly to 37,000 in 1994. After that, this number decreased steadily and finally reached its lowest point at 25,000 in 2002. From this After that year, the number increased stably steadily and ended at 45,000 in 2008.

Overall, both lines showed a quite similar trend. In summary, both the unemployment rate and the number of emigrants from Ireland decreased between 1988 and 1990 and increased between 2004 and 2008.

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