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job expectations

  1. Beanfinity

    In the workplace - being told to work differently / slower

    This just occurred to me today, and I am even at work right now typing this up (on my morning break, not eating into work time). I don't mean this as a 'flex' as I know autistic people have trouble with their jobs, so I hope it isn't taken that way (my workplace issues have always been socially...
  2. C

    I figured some things out about myself, and now I have new problems....

    ...but isn't that just the way? I'm middle-aged and have struggled in the USA South my whole life. I am a software developer who does well in very tech-oriented jobs, but poorly when programmers are treated like engineers and technicians and neurotypicals with business degrees control the...
  3. A

    Confusing Job Instructions

    I've been watching/listening to videos and reading books on job prep for Aspies. I watched one short documentary on an Australian Aspie who is trying to get into the workforce. It was fun to watch, and there were just a few parts that made me cringe: When the supervisor told him to "enjoy...
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