Isnt it really unfair that employers turn people away because they have HFA or Asperger syndrome??
I believe there isnt a lot of support from the UK government when it comes to tackling job employment for the disabled. Would i be right in saying that??
Who on here actually has a part-time or full-time job?
It is unfair that the job interviews are in person and not in writing.
It is also unfair that I cannot work from home.
What type of work would you like to do from home?
I am very interested in IT, computers and data analysis.
I think I also would be a good forum moderator.
I also could do e-mail and online chat support.
I can also manage servers and databases.
I know so little about computers, it's embarrassing :( I wouldn't even know where to start to find work like that. The work I'm qualified to do means working with people, which I very much enjoyed studying for, but I really do not enjoy working with people. All theory, no practice!
Sorry I can't offer any constructive suggestions.
I do not like working with people. People are totally unpredictable.
I like rules and predictable things.
Same! Which is exactly why I'm only working two or three hours a week at the moment in a job with no-one else around. It pays peanuts but it'll do for now.
I want to start working part-time later this year once I (hopefully) feel a bit healthier. I'd ideally prefer a job with no other people and no computers but that isn't going to happen I guess so I'm deciding which of the two I can bear to put up with :) In 44 years I haven't appeared to learn enough about people so I figure it's about time I learned more about computers instead, starting in April.