I've known two Aspergers who were psychologists, a communications physicist, 3 surface physicists, a couple of mathematicians, a high school English teacher, several other teachers, heaps of computer programmers, numerous accountants, a university lecturer (business), an integration aide, a couple of lawyers, a few truck drivers, plenty who worked in computer stores, several musicians, several labourers, a few shelve-stockers, several motor mechanics, an engineering major projects' manager, a social worker, several librarians and library assistants, an epidemiologist, an agronomist, a couple of geologists, heaps of engineers (various fields), several doctors, a telephone linesman, 2 or 3 train drivers, a bus driver, a taxi driver, numerous sales assistants, an Anglican priest, several Rabbis, numerous business people, a stockbroker, plenty of order-pickers, call centre workers, gardeners, several police, soldiers and pilots, transport consultants, logisticians, writers, animal trainers, motivational speakers, and I am a disability advocate. I've known Aspergers who work at the top of the corporate ladder and high academia, and those doing menial labour and sales positions.
You can't generalise what jobs are suitable without known the traits, likes, dislikes, difficulties and abilities of each person. You can't generalise the jobs, because you can't generalise Aspergers. If you mean yourself or someone you know, you've got to give more information than that.
And I don't like the word 'antisocial', because most people use it in a pejorative sense. Non-social or asocial are far better alternatives.
Answered By: dis/Ability Advocate - 4/5/2012