The line graph reflects information about the employment of teachers of two different languages in Ontario during the period from 2001 to 2007.
At the beginning percentage of first-year teachers of English and French languages takes place at approximately one level. Then, there is a visible decrease in both categories, which stops for French–language teachers near 2002, however, the line, identifying percentage of English-language people with regular teaching jobs continues to decline until a year of 2003, and after that there is a slight rise from 2003 to 2005 and following sharp decrease until the end of period. Looking at French-language teachers’ line, it has an opposite situation: this part of graph goes through constant increase from the point in year 2002 (except one slight drop in 2006).
To generalize, if to observe all the period of time where researchment takes its place, percent of French-language teachers only a little changed its value from 70 to nearly 75 percent, whereas percentage of English-language teachers in Ontario has changed significantly: from 75 percent to a little bit under 30.