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2 21 367 22 110 22 306 22 927 23 538 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 ........................................... ........................................... ........................................... 1 23 818 24 119 24 454 24 799 25 210 2000 ........................................... 9 25 484 WOMEN 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 ........................................... ...........................................

Employed .................................................................... Agriculture ............................................................... Nonagriculture ......................................................... Unemployed ................................................................ Not in labor force ......................................................... MEN, 20 YEARS AND OVER Population ................................................................... Civilian labor force ......................................................

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