I want to know if "in addition", "moreover", "furthermore" and "besides" all don't work here because they are used when we have two things that both indicate the same thing. But here the first and second sentences seem to talk about two different things. I want to know if they are all wrong in my sentences.
While female participation was highest in the 45-54 age bracket, that of males peaked among 15- to 24-year-olds. In addition/Moreover/Furthermore/Besides, a higher percentage of women than men exercised regularly in every age group except the youngest.