Employment with Asperger's Syndrome
By Travis E. Breeding
Published by Breeding Publishing at Smashwords
Copyright 2013 Breeding Publishing
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Employment With Asperger's Syndrome
I'm still searching for employment with Asperger Syndrome. Finding a job is difficult. I have done autism research on employment for people with asperger syndrome. Finding employment that someone with asperger syndrome or tourette syndrome can succeed in without social skills is a challenge. I don't have any problems doing the work. In fact I would argue I'm one of the hardest workers a company could hire.
The problem comes when I have to use social skills in the work environment.
Socializing isn't easy for me. That's one of the toughest challeneges I face with asperger syndrome. I've finally decided I have to do what's best for me and find employment that will cater to my needs. I'm looking for something behind the scenes where there's not a lot of interaction with co-workers or customers. I love to write. I hope to find employment with asperger syndrome.
I want to find employment in my special interest area of music as well. I am a great trombone player and enjoy all types of music. I plan to get some more musical instruments and learn guitar, trumpet, flute, clarinet, and more. I'm pretty excited because I have authored two books already and am currently writing my third. I have to say, that life with asperger syndrome is pretty amazing once you learn social skills.
High functioning autism and asperger syndrome are two unique things but are alike in many ways. When I think of classic autism I think of Temple Grandin. When I started my autism research I learned about Temple Grandin. She has had a tremendous impact on the autism community. I would like to thank her for encouraging me to go for my hops and dreams.