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About 7.01 million workers lost their jobs in 2001, marking the largest exodus ever, according to an annual report on employment released recently by the Health, Labor and Welfare Ministry, which started compiling relevant figures in 1991.

During the same period, however, about 6.26 million people found jobs, also the largest figure ever.

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