Alaska Geographic Codes By Place
IMPORTANT! Read the following before proceeding:
Instructions for Assigning Geographic Codes to Your Workers
Assign the geographic code that corresponds to the worker’s PRIMARY PLACE OF WORK. For example if you have a central business location in Anchorage but you have a worker that is primarily working in Fairbanks, use the code for Fairbanks. If a worker spends time in more than one place, assign the code for the place that the worker spends the most time.
If the worker was out of state during the entire quarter, use 99. If the worker was working off-shore, use 20. If the worker received wages but did no work over the entire quarter, use 00.
For additional questions about assigning geographic codes refer to the Alaska Occupational Coding Manual, from the middle of page 5 through page 6.