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Unemployed
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1993
15,019
3,543
18562
21,716
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85.48
1994
18003
2,591
20,594
25,484
12.58
80.81
1995
16,681
1000
17,681
20,611
5.66
85.78
1996
17352
2079
19,431
20,892
10.70
93.01
1997
17,890
1070
18,960
19,587
5.64
96.80
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