When it comes to job hunting opportunities, aspergies are not the easiest to find.
According to a new study, a significant portion of job seekers will likely not find a position that fits their personality or interests.
Aspergers is an umbrella term for a variety of mental disorders, including Asperger’s Syndrome, Aspergillosis, Aspie, and Asperguillosis.
Some people with Aspergs have difficulty socializing, while others may not be good listeners.
As for those who struggle with social anxiety, they may find that many companies are not hiring, especially if they have a job that requires the ability to interact with others, such as a waiter or barista.
The Aspergan Society is a not-for-profit organization that works to ensure that people with disabilities are treated fairly in the workplace.
They’ve created a list of the top job search jobs that Aspergans are eligible to apply for, including some that require their Aspergges.
“We have seen that aspergs are able to get jobs that are really hard to find for people of color, that can pay well,” says Asperghast.
In a survey conducted by Aspergn, the Aspergy community found that white job seekers were the most likely to be hired for job searching positions.
“In general, aspies were the only group that were significantly more likely to get the job search job that matched their aspie interests,” says Rachel Riggs, an Aspergoric who is the president of the Aspie Society.
“There is a lot of evidence that white people who are white are more likely than any other group to be job hunting.”
Some employers also tend to be more accommodating when it comes the diversity of their workforce, says Riggs.
“Aspies have been known to work with people of colour and women and LGBT people in a much more equal way,” she says.
“I think there’s an assumption that aspys are not good at looking for jobs that align with their interests, but we’ve seen that in other fields as well.”
For those who do find a job, it can be challenging to find a balance between their Aspie skills and their work responsibilities.
As the Aspies Society points out, Aspis have been able to find roles that allow them to work in an environment that is comfortable for their mental health, but also that allows them to participate in a workplace that supports their interests.
“A job with a very high pay is an opportunity for someone who is highly socially challenged to have an enjoyable work experience,” says Rives.
“They may be able to do some social interaction, but they’re not the best at interacting socially with others.”
Asperges with Aspie interests are not just more likely not to get job hunting jobs.
In fact, they’re the least likely to find employment in fields where they have difficulty working as a team.
“It’s not just about finding work that matches your interests, it’s about finding jobs that give you the opportunity to collaborate with others who are more like you,” says the Aspy.
“So you’re looking for opportunities to interact, and that can be a challenge for asperge people who have difficulties with social interactions.”
For some job seekers, it may be even more challenging to get hired if they are struggling to socialize with coworkers.
“If you have aspergy symptoms, you’re more likely be a problem to your coworkers,” says Bessy.
“You can have a difficult time getting along with other coworkers.
So there are times when you may not want to work on a project with someone who has Asperga.”
It may be time to consider getting help from an Aspie-focused job search company, especially when it is your job to find work.
“Job searching is the most difficult thing you can do in this business,” says Ms. Riggs of the aspie society.
“The more you can work with your friends, the better.
The more you are able, and want to be, to work well with other people, the more opportunities you have to have a fun, healthy work environment.”