The bar graph provides information on the figure of males and females who held five levels of post-school qualifications in Australia in the year 1999, measured in percentages.
, men got the lion's share in skilled vocational diplomas, postgraduate diplomas, and master's degrees.
, women have a higher portion of undergraduate diplomas and bachelor's degrees.
, the skilled vocational diploma had the widest gap with male domination, leaving only one-tenth of the total percentage for the opposing gender.
, postgraduate recorded a 70 to 30 ratio for men and women respectively,
the latter gender who held a master's degree accounted for only two-thirds of the male group.
On the other hand
, the scale of the undergraduate credentials holders was the negation of postgraduate with the exception of a 5% difference for the minority group.
, the bachelor's degree proportion had a tight gap where females took up half of the total percentage
males were approximately a mere five from the female ratio.