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Guide for Occupational Exploration, 3E

A Simple Commonsense Way to Explore Career Options Based on Your Interests.

Guide for Occupational Exploration, 3E by Michael Farr
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Solid research supports exploring career and learning options based on interests! The original GOE, created by the U.S. Department of Labor, uses an intuitive process to relate general interests to career and learning options. Countless students, job seekers, and career changers have explored career and learning options using the GOE.

This is the first major revision of the GOE’s structure in more than 20 years. The GOE quickly became a standard career reference after its 1977 release. But, as time passed, the GOE’s basic structure of job groupings did not reflect the many changes in our workplace – computers were not even mentioned! So a JIST team of experts has completely revised the GOE, building on original GOE’s strengths but with new job groupings, all new data, new narratives, and many other improvements.

JIST Publishing; January 2001
555 pages; ISBN 9781563709487
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Title: Guide for Occupational Exploration, 3E
Author: Michael Farr; LaVerne L. Ludden