The chart illustrates the proportion of unemployed female in 4 countries of the UK in 2013 and 2014.
Overall, the unemployment rate of female -> females' unemployment rates in four countries of the United Kingdom -> those countries/ nations in 2013 was ->were higher than that -> they were in 2014. (There was a decrease -> were decreases in the number of women who was -> were not employed in England, Wales and Northern Ireland)-> tỉnh lược mệnh đề quan hệ lại cho ngắn gọn súc tích bạn nhé: There were decreases in women's numbers NOT BEING EMPLOYED in Enland, Wales, and Northern Ireland, while the figure for Scotland witnessed a slight rise throughout the period.
The share of females who did not have -> not having jobs in England started at 6,8% in 2013, after which it saw a gradual decrease to 6,5% a year later. Conversely, 6,1% of women did not work in Scotland in 2013. With a subsequent increase to 6,7%, making it -> the Scottish's figure soared to the highest proportion -> position in 2014.
The rate of unemployed female in Wales -> Welsh females' unemployment rate was 5,4% at the beginning of the period, but later dropped to 5.0% -> followed by a 5.0 % drop in the last year of the period examined. Similarly, the share of Northern Ireland decreased considerably from 5,6% in 2013 to 4,6% in 2014.