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Singaporeans were unemployed but new citizenships granted?

In 2001, 57.9k Singaporeans were unemployed.
But 6.5k new citizenships granted.

In 2002, 75.2k Singaporeans were unemployed.
But 7.6k new citizenships granted.

In 2003, 78.2k Singaporeans were unemployed.
But 6.8k new citizenships granted.

In 2004, 80.7k Singaporeans were unemployed.
But 7.6k new citizenships granted.

In 2005, 67.6k Singaporeans were unemployed.
But 12.9k new citizenships granted.

In 2006, 59.8k Singaporeans were unemployed.
But 13.2k new citizenships granted.

In 2007, 50.8k Singaporeans were unemployed.
But 17.3k new citizenships granted.

In 2008, 56.0k Singaporeans were unemployed.
But 20.5k new citizenships granted.

In 2009, 75.7k Singaporeans were unemployed.
But 19.9k new citizenships granted.

In 2010, 57.7k Singaporeans were unemployed.
But 18.8k new citizenships granted.

In 2011, 52.9k Singaporeans were unemployed.
But 15.8k new citizenships granted.

In 2012, 53.9k Singaporeans were unemployed.
But 20.7k new citizenships granted.

In 2013, 52.9k Singaporeans were unemployed.
But 20.6k new citizenships granted.

In 2014, 53.9k Singaporeans were unemployed.
How many new citizenships granted?