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150 Best Jobs for Your Skills by Laurence Shatkin, Michael Farr

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APPENDIX B

The GOE Interest Areas andWork Groups

As Part I explains, the GOE is a way of organizing the world of work into large interest areas and more-specific work groups containing jobs that have a lot in common. Part III defines the 16 GOE interest areas, but Part IV also lists the work groups for each job described. We thought you would want to see the complete GOE taxonomy so you would understand how any job that interests you fits into this structure.

Interest areas have two-digit code numbers; work groups have four-digit code numbers beginning with the code number for the interest area in which they are classified. These are the 16 GOE interest areas and work groups:

01 Agriculture and Natural Resources

01.01 Managerial Work in Agriculture ...

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