The graph below shows the unemployment rates in the US and Japan between March 1993 and March 1999.

The line graph illustrates the unemployment rate of two distinct nations such as the US and Japan between 1993 and1999. Overall, the graph trend elucidates a significant upward and downward pattern. However, in March 1996 and 1998 the ratio of unemployment in both territories took a magnificent alters.

Initially, by comparing, in march 1993 a significant amount of Americans were unemployed by 7%, however, Japanese unemployed ratio were noticeably lower by 2.5 approximately.

Furthermore, during March 1993 to 1996 the US citizenís unemployment portion was drastically plunged by 5.5% respectively. Meantime, Japanese unemployment trend sharply rose by 4.5%. Therefore, the fluctuated trend reveals a dramatic change in the figures of both nations. However, during the period of two years the proportion of unemployment in The united state of America was very unsustainable and decreased annually and finally ended about 5% in march 1999. By contrast, during the same period of time, the percentage of unemployment in the japan increased gradually for about 5% in March 1998, Since then, apart from a slight fluctuation, there was a period of stability in the percentage of unemployment till march 1999.

In short, the date of Japan and US explicates a remarkable change. The US unemployment rate fluctuated wildly and the trend was downward. Although, the Japanese proportion shows a rapid upward trend.