From an ASPIE chat site:
Good news; there are Aspie women who are successfully employed in jobs and professions that suit them. A big criterion for happiness is, Little to no public contact, or required socialization with co-workers.
Taxi Driver: Limited conversation with clients; independent contractor; if the client is rude or “aggressive” I can kick him or her out.
PhD student: I get paid to sit around my lab, play music and run experiments. Only occasional contact with supervisor.
Aerospace Engineer for 20 years. Quote: The plural of “anecdote” is not “data”
Insurance fraud detective: “I see through the BS”
Pricing Analyst for large company. No public contact or phone work; just pages and pages of spreadsheets. I like it.
Night shift as shelf stocker: no people.
Library archives: Office in basement. No people. Lots of SciFi books to read.
Library researcher: no people.
Computer Industry: Aspie friendly.
Exploration Geologist: dropped off in the field 8 AM by helicopter. Alone all day until picked up at 6 PM.
Long haul truck driver.
Business analyst in IT.
Engineering Co. Creating accurate billings for construction projects.
Lab Tech: little human contact.
Computer Programmer: few “social females” to deal with.
Electrical and Chemical Engineer: Top management.