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You can use the WMI class Win32_PrintJob to get out information about each job. It has properties called PagesPrinted and TotalPages which would hopefully give you what you need. It also has other properties like Status that might also be relevant (if you don't want to count pages in deleted or failed jobs or similar).
This article has information about calling this class from VB.Net:
Interrogating your Printer Queries with WMI
Just remember to add a reference to System.Management since that's not added by default to a new project.
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