- Social stress is low
- Boss talks straight (good is good, bad is bad, politics is explained)
- Hours can be flexible (I work >40h always, but autism comes with minor health issues)
- Quality > quantity
Friday, March 11, 2016
Ask CJ readers: where is the best place for a mildly autistic synthetic chemist to work?
Inspired by the discussion about the homeless medicinal chemist, a longtime reader of the blog has a question, regarding good places for a mildly autistic person to practice synthetic chemistry. They believe they function best where:
They note "there is amazingly little knowledge how to job-stabilize and help mildly autistic and otherwise productive adults." I don't know the field, but this wouldn't surprise me.
I don't really know where this might be, but I would think that one of the academic research institutes might be a good choice. Certainly a CRO would be a bad choice. Large pharma? Probably not the best idea. Readers, your thoughts?