careers for Dyslexics

While dyslexics typically struggle with verbal information and expression, they also have abilities that allow them to thrive in certain jobs and careers.

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1. Musician

Musician Musician


Your Match?

A musician engages in the art of creating, performing, and interpreting music.

2. Actor

Actor Actor


Your Match?

An actor is a professional performer who portrays a character in a film, television show, play, or other form of entertainment.

3. Filmmaker

Filmmaker Filmmaker


Your Match?

A filmmaker is someone who creates films, whether they are feature-length movies, short films, documentaries, or other forms of visual media.

4. Chemist

Chemist Chemist


Your Match?

A chemist is a scientist who studies the composition, structure, properties, and behavior of matter.

5. Architect

Architect Architect


Your Match?

An architect is responsible for the design, planning, and supervision of the construction of buildings and other physical structures.

6. Urban Planner

Urban Planner Urban Planner

Urban Planner

Your Match?

An urban planner works to create and implement plans for the development of cities, towns, and other urban areas.

7. Carpenter

Carpenter Carpenter


Your Match?

A carpenter specializes in working with wood to construct, install, and repair structures and objects.

8. Landscaper

Landscaper Landscaper


Your Match?

A landscaper designs, creates, and maintains outdoor spaces such as gardens, lawns, and parks.

9. Photographer

Photographer Photographer


Your Match?

A photographer is an artist who captures and creates images using a camera.