Australia. – 10 #2 – This graph shows growth rates instead of actual GDP, which might affect your trend analysis. The prompt asked for a proposal of a noneconomic indicator, which is either missing or you have chosen GDP as a ″Noneconomic indicator.″ Either way, it would not be applicable as GDP is the main economic indicator for a nation. – 2 #3 – The graph is solid but the analysis does not answer the questions specified in the prompt – 5 #4 – Great graph. You have identified structural unemployment but your reasoning does not coincide with this type of unemployment. – 6 #5 – Your graph′s date range are not within the 10-year span. Australia experiencing demand-pull inflation seems spot-on as it makes sense with the increase in GDP per capita and GDP.