Information About the Rates of Unemployment – IELTS Writing Task 1

Information About the Rates of Unemployment – IELTS Writing Task 1
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Posted on Jun 4, 2022

The graph illustrates unemployment rates over a period of 14 years, while the table provides information about the number of men and women in three European countries who had jobs in 1991.

Overall, Germany had the lowest percentage of unemployment rate from 1991 to 2001, and had the highest working population in comparison with the other two countries in 1991.

Spain had the highest unemployment rate at about 13% rising significantly to 18% (between 1993 and 1995) and then starting to decline at almost 9% in 2005. Similarly, Spain had the lowest working rates for men and women, at 66.2% and 32.3% respectively in 1991. The men who had a job in Germany and Italy were almost equal rates in that year.

After 2001, the number of unemployed people began to increase from 6% to nearly 11% in Germany, while the jobless population for both Spain and Italy showed a declining trend (above 10%).



Posted on Jun 1, 2022

The graph shows the unemployment or jobless people rate or status between 1991 to 2005 in three countries like Spain, Germany and Italy. The following tables give the details about the employment percentage of men and women in the year 1991 for the above said Europe countries.

In Spain, 13% was the unemployment rate in 1991, inclined 18% between 1993 to 1995, gradually falling to 9% by the year 2005, which shows the increased employment rate in the period 1995 to 2005. Italy had the 8% of jobless people in 1991 & 2005 and rose to 12% in 1997. Germany had the lowest level of unemployment, i.e., 4% in 1991, which moderately increased to 9% in 1997 finally it reached 11% in 2005.
Germany and Italy had almost the same percentage of the men employed in 1991, around 77.00%, but the women employed rate was high in Germany (54.4%) compared to Italy (37.8%). Another country, Spain, had 66.2% of the men’s employment. Unfortunately, the women’s employment rate was nearly half of the men’s work.


Glen Brown

Glen Brown

Posted on Jun 3, 2022

Band Score: 5
Past tense should have been used throughout the report
Use more c2 vocabulary


Posted on Jan 7, 2022

can we write overall in the last section or the overview part can be skipped, also cant we write numbers or calculations in the overview ?


Janice Thompson

Janice Thompson

Posted on Jan 18, 2022

The overview section must be written right after the introduction and not at the end as a conclusion.
You should present concise, error-free information in the overview section. You may use figures, if needed, to support your point of view.


Posted on Nov 16, 2021

The line graph provides information about how much unemployment rates had changed between 1991 and 2005 while the table examines percentage of men and women in the labour market in Spain, Germany, and Italy in the year 1991.
To begin, all three European countries had an increase in unemployment rates until the year 1993, despite the different starting points of each country, where Spain had a percentage of unemployment of more than double that of Germany, 4% and 13%, respectively. While Italy faced a steady rise in unemployment rates (8% to 12%) until 1999 where it began to decrease reaching the same starting point (8%).
Percentage of different genders employed in 1991 varied in all three countries, where more than 50% of women where in the labour market in Germany compared to less than 40% in Italy and Spain, 37.8% and 32.3%, respectively. In addition, the employment rates of men in Italy and Germany were the highest, 77.1% and 76.5%, respectively, compared to 66.2% of men employed in Spain.
Overall, Italy and Spain had experienced a decrease in the percentage of people without jobs over the time, whereas, Germany had a rise in unemployment rates in the later years.


truong khai hoa

Posted on Feb 28, 2017

Dear team,
I have a question. Which band scores are these samples?
Thank you.


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