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In 2002, the Canadian working age population was 24,945,100. Of these, 15,411,800 people had jobs. OF the remainder, 1,277,600 were looking for work, 415,800 wanted to work but did not actively look for work, and 7,839,900 did not want to work. Of those who wanted to work, 43,000 had given up looking for work because they thought there was not work available.

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