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 is someone who is talented and skilled in playing one or several musical instruments.

2. Actor

Actor

Actor

Your Match?

An actor is someone who plays a character in a film, television, radio, or theatre production.

3. Filmmaker

Filmmaker

Filmmaker

Your Match?

A filmmaker, or film director, is someone who is in charge of making, leading, and developing movie productions.

4. Chemist

Chemist

Chemist

Your Match?

A chemist is a scientist who researches chemical substances, performs experiments with the properties of chemical substances, measures the effects of chemical compounds in various situations, and studies inter-chemical reactions.

5. Architect

Architect

Architect

Your Match?

An architect is someone who loves to design, and is specifically trained and licensed to work on the planning and design of buildings.

6. Urban Planner

Urban Planner

Urban Planner

Your Match?

An urban planner is someone who develops plans and programs for the use of land.

7. Carpenter

Carpenter

Carpenter

Your Match?

Carpenters are skilled craftsmen who work in the construction industry fabricating primarily wood constructions; from the entire framework of a building to ornate woodwork on stairs and trim.

8. Landscaper

Landscaper

Landscaper

Your Match?

A landscaper is someone who earns a living by adjusting earth and water in order for it to become more aesthetically pleasing.

9. Photographer

Photographer

Photographer

Your Match?

A photographer is a professional that focuses on the art of taking photographs with a digital or film camera.