I need a job. But I seriously cannot stand working with people. I just am not the type who is nice all the time. What's a good part- time for someone like me?
I'd like to and I have the brains, but I have anxiety issues. I'm being homeschooled right now (11th grade) and my future is looking shaky. I know I won't be able to attend college. However, most careers seem to require a college education. What careers are available for me? Preferably ones with minimal social interaction?
I want to be a game designer.
But I was wondering, is there any other positions I would be able to fill other than programming if I joined a game designing company?
I am applying for a job online to be a website judge. They want a resume and it asks for an objective. What is a good objective I can use for that?
I have half an inch and I plan much more
I also want a good job with good money, I relize that service industry's won't take that sorta thing but...is there any jobs that make great money, that allows me to make my own decisions about my body?
I am going to school getting a bachelor's in Computer Science with an emphasis in Game Design. After I get my degree I was thinking about getting a specialized master's. Should I look to getting a Master's Game Design degree from another college?(my college doesn't have a game design degree plan) My dream job is Level Designing. I create levels in my spare time and have my friends and family test them out. I want to get the right education needed for Level Design.
I suffer from aspergers syndrome and I been looking for a part time job I could do and to be honest,I'm having a little trouble.I was wondering what sort of jobs someone like me could do? I'm 20 as well and in college which explains why I can only work part time.
I am an artist and a designer trying to find a graphic designing job for a long time. there are several limitations for me. firstly, i don't have formal education on designing and secondly, i don't have commercial experience. but i have achieved high proficiency on graphic designing applications on my own. is there a way out?
I am a freelance graphic designer and i would like to know how much to charge for the design of a product label, the label on the bottle or container of a product.
1. They could obviously be video game designers.
2. They could be musicians or be artists if they don't have impaired Motor skills.
3. They could be our nerdy mathematicians.
4. They could be our scientists.
5. They could obviously be Taxi Cab Drivers if they can at least say hello to people.
6. If they could learn to show emotions, then they could be Hollywood actors or actresses if the cameras don't cause anxiety for them (this could be a huge concern for some).
7. There are more and more Aspie Psychologists nowadays.
8. I don't know if it's illegal for them to do this, but some could be exceptional Police officers.
9. If they can learn to be obsessed with playing a sport and also learn how to come around the poor motor coordination, then they could be athletes.
10. Some could be doctors if they can build empathy skills.
11. They could become good security guards.
12. Movie Critics
13. Song Writers
14. Since some have obsessions with computers, more should consider being producers in Hollywood.
15. Customer Service since it doesn't require them to read facial expressions.
18. Cashiers since they are exceptional at math.
19. Teachers since they have obsessions with certain subjects.
22. Models if their Autism doesn't impair their looks.
24. Waiters or waitresses.
27. Clothing designers
28. Principials are a reccomendation, although they may have trouble with ruling with an iron fist.
29. Speech therapists
30. News reporters
31. Poets if they can express their emotions.
33. Home designers
35. Car salesmen
36. Racers since they are all about memorizing terms, and a lot of them would build the sickest vehicles out there.
What they should not do or be:
1. Join the Armed Forces.
2. Bloggers since a lot of them have limited speech patterns.
3. Sports Announcers since they might not be able to talk for long periods of time, and it generally requires a lot of social interaction.
4. Comedians since most of them are unable to get jokes in the first place, although some are exceptional at it.
5. Mail men since some get Anxiety around new houses.
1. Vetrinarians since it's all about obsessions, and it doesn't require you to speak.
2. Store clerks.
3. Silent inventors
5. Shelf organizers
6. News reporters if they can at least understand English.
7. Food critics if they can write well enough to a waiter or a waitress.
8. Authors if they can at least understand English.
9. Home builders since it doesn't require much communication.
10. Construction workers.
11. Musicians since singing isn't a requirement.
Jobs that they should never do:
1. Any job that requires verbal communication.
Now there's the Low Functioning Autism:
1. They could be actors or actresses still if they can be verbal, but memorization could be a huge concern.
2. Vetrinarians if they have the mental capacity to do so.
6. If they are verbal, they can read books to older people or younger people in a library or in a senior center.
8. Cashiers if they have the mental capacity to do so.
9. Hosts in restaurants since it's all about repetitive routines (if they are verbal), although politeness and hand writing could be a big concern.
10. Food critics if they can develop a decent vocabulary.
What do you think of my list? You can add your own if you would like.
A few months ago my brother got a Rott/Boxer Mix. As we understand she had little to no interaction with humans until my brother got her at 2-3 months old. She is now 6-7 months old and does not show your typical traits of either breed. She has some height to her, but even though she is fed correctly her bulk does not exist. She is very timid. She will play with other dogs, but as soon as they start to play back she makes a run for under the couch. I would imagine that her playing with other dogs which do have strong characteristics of her desired type would make her stronger, but she lives with my year old German Shepherd/Pit Bull mix[who is very alert, playful, brave, great with humans and dogs, and is well sized] and our neighbors 9 month old Pit Bull who is extremely playful and very much puppy like.
I guess my overall question is what techniques should i use to break her of some of these "undesirable" traits?
I suspect her size could be do to worms, her feces is clean, but it could be a different type worm.
I also suspect that if she does become more brave and alert it will affect her body as stress usually affects eating habits.
We just want her to become part of the pack.
Are there jobs for a person who designs the way a website will look, but doesn't do any coding for that website?
What is that job title?
Can you give any companies that might hire someone to do this?
What the difference between the two in terms of web development. What are job responsibilities of UI designer and front end engineer? and what skills each job requires?
Hey, I need some help...
I'd like to become a web designer as a future job, or career but I don't know what do I need to learn. I'm still in high school and we didn't studied yet web design on our IT class until next year... So if you know, what languages should I learn, and if you can give me some websites that teach me the basics, and what programs are most used by web designers to create the sites...
Thank you. =)
I don't like being around people especially the same people everyday. I'm the broiler guy at Burger King right now. Should I start buying and selling on EBAY? I want to make money but I don't want to be around people.
Hey I'm a web design student. I'm wondering what I should learn to supplement my learning in university. HTML, CSS, PHP , java, and SQL are pretty much a given in regards to what I'm supposed to learn , and I am already training myself in photoshop and a few other graphics programs , so any advice on what else would be a good idea to get into?
I am looking at going to school at The Art Institute Online. The program is a bachelor of science. I want to make sure I am getting my moneys worth. Will this degree be taken seriously in the real world? Also will I have problems with it only being a regionally accredited school? They said they help you get your cida.
What sort of job/career can you go into? Other than actually becoming a psychologist! Thank you :) <3
In general, I'm 25 and am unhappy with my work situation and direction, what can I do to change that and boost my self esteem?
I want to take some classes to learn about the programming. I dont have a degree and need to change careers rather fast. I would start doing it on the side until I can build up and have my own business. Once I have taken the necessary classes, how long does it take to build a business if you hustle?