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Can people with Asperger Syndrome work? What kind of work can they perform?

See how people with experience in Asperger Syndrome give their opinion about whether people with Asperger Syndrome can work and what kind of jobs are more appropriated for people with Asperger Syndrome

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YES!!!!
It is not an illness and they are very intelligent people

Posted May 18, 2017 by Sarah Jane 5070
Yes, people with Asperger's can work in any field, though you will mostly find them in fields that they personally enjoy. The vast majority of Aspies tend to avoid jobs with loads of interaction with people, so supermarkets, tool stores, and the like are usually out of the question. There are no jobs an Aspie can't do, there are just jobs they would rather not do. Though I do believe most Aspies work in some STEM field, or a field that can be related. I think there is a very small percentage (0-10%) who would be willing to work in any field.

Posted May 24, 2017 by Tartatus Infinity 1150
Yes they can, it all depends on the person and wether they are controlling it well enough to be able to work, however some people cannot work having this condition

Posted Oct 11, 2017 by Olivia Paige 900
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People with Asperger's Syndrome if they can work. In any work. The same as people who do not have the condition. the work to develop will depend on the social and emotional skills that the person has developed throughout their experience of family and social life.

I think that the percentage of people with Asperger's Syndrome who are working is greater than that which we see in the statistics; people with Asperger Syndrome we are the new "people in the closet", as well as before homosexuals were not assumed as such in society, since there has always been many people with Asperger's who play a variety of important positions in society and not make public the fact of having the syndrome because society does not understand.

Posted Jul 22, 2017 by Jhoanna 2000
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Yes, they can work. The best jobs are those in which the tasks are solitary. Jobs that require working in a team should not exercise people with syndrome of asperger's as there will be many difficulties in communication and relationship with peers.

In Spain, in Madrid and Sant Cugat del Vallés ( Catalonia ) there is a company called Specialisterne, which is dedicated to hire only people with syndrome of Asperger's and autism.

Posted Sep 1, 2017 by Montserrat Manresa Boixet 2050
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I don't have knowledge

Posted Oct 27, 2017 by Sandra 2900

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