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My experience also. I found that I had a facility with statistics which meshed with what I ultimately did in optimizing and testing processes as required by the Code of Federal Regulations for Good Manufacturing Practices for Finished Pharmaceuticals. Hence, my documentation supplied to the FDA was all legal documentation with my name on it.Statistical Process control, using this you control almost any thing as long as you can measure it. During my working I became a quality engineer. took every course I could find. This is where being an Aspie really paid off. First time in my life I became a straight A student. I really enjoyed every course. Never actually worked as a quality engineer. Just a add on too my other special interest industrial colour control, which in turn was a add on too my main interest industrial painting, which I fell into because it was my first job, as a chemical engineering technologist.