What's a good job for someone with autism?

I'm very good with numbers although I have trouble with communications but I somehow manage to do well working in a computer lab before where I have to answer phone calls. Still, there were some issues but I kept silent. The only reason I got my first job was because a friend told his manager about me and I

I'm very good with numbers although I have trouble with communications but I somehow manage to do well working in a computer lab before where I have to answer phone calls. Still, there were some issues but I kept silent. The only reason I got my first job was because a friend told his manager about me and I didn't even have to go through an interview. I was hired just like that.

Other answer:

H:
Your autism shouldn't get in the way of your dreams. Since you're good with numbers, find careers related to that such as the following:
Database Developer
Senior Business Analyst
Sr. Software Engineer / Developer / Programmer
Business Analyst, IT
Actuary
Financial Analyst
Software Engineer
Vice President (VP), Product Management
Software Developer
Senior Actuarial Analyst
Pricing Analyst
RoaringMice:
If you like working with numbers, and would prefer not to have to deal with people a lot, then you could look at jobs in accounting, finance, engineering, actuarial science, computer science.
Erik:
counting cards at blackjack

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