The graph illustrates the percentage of three kinds of secondary school leaves in Australia between 1980 and 2000.
It can be seen obviously that the percentage of both further and employed was extremely high; whilst, the percentage that unemployed occupied for was low.
The students who continued with further education made up the biggest percentage among the three, except for the starting year to around 1987. The statistic of the employed ratio was the highest between 1980 and 1987. However, after that period, the percentage of the students who continued to further education was rose significantly to until 1995 and fell slightly to 52% in 2000.
On the other hand, after the time occupied for the highest , the percentage of employed decreased substantially to around 32% in the beginning of 1990. It also continued to go down moderately during the next 5 years. Nevertheless, after a decrese during a decade, it increased to 42% in the observed year. While both of employed and the pupils who continued to further were represented with high percentage, the figure of unemployed was very low. Most of the time, it just made up approximately 10% throughout the period.