Jobs аחԁ AS

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8 Responses to “Jobs and AS”
  1. anwarwhufc83 says:

    My employers are very understanding. They accomodate me and do not rota me on for parties/discos/social gatherings. I really appreciate the efforts they have made and wish that all employers could be so helpful for people with AS or any other difference/disability. They also allow me to wear the clothes I am comfortable in, including my hat which is very important to me and I feel uncomfortable without it. I do work in social care so you do hope they would be caring and considerate.

  2. MyVoicenotSilenced says:

    I can totally relate to you. I was often excluded too but I was glad to be excluded really because I often didn’t enjoy being around many of them in social situations because it didn’t seem to be about people being together and having fun; it seemed to be about establishing pecking orders and pigeoning holing people. Social situations can be fun if you are with safe people but co-workers are not friends.

  3. PinkPunkyKat says:

    My one job was cleaning up after horses in exchange for riding lessons. I never had any problems but couldn’t do it anymore because we moved.

  4. sentient says:

    I’ve always had a problem keeping a job. My longest one was 3 months, and I was fired from it. I get overloaded too easily. On the other hand, I’ve always been sort of an entrepreneur. I’m much more comfortable being my own boss.

  5. doodsblog says:

    come on man, we heard about the suite and cleaning story in another video.. well, i suppose thats the one that upsets you the most .. well, its good to get it out of your system ….

  6. Poeboi says:

    My boss was very understanding about my AS but I felt totally alone when it came to my co-workers. Treated like a leaper.

  7. darkjumpy says:

    I work as a freelancer doing various art/design and coding jobs over the internet. This is of course very convenient for an aspie because I don’t have to “go to work” and be distracted by people. My clients usually like quick and efficient communication so they won’t waste time chitchatting about the weather or such. I get judged by my job and not my body language. It’s my dream job. I fully recommend this line of work for other similar aspies.

  8. NamekianPikkoro7 says:

    I was always told I was crazy at work.

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