Not all of us are team players and we do not have to expect everyone to get into a big collective. Some people simply make the best choices in individual professions that require fewer contacts with other people.
According to US Department of Labor data, there are certain professions that would be ideal for such individuals, but who neither will feel the pressure of the team, nor anyone else will have to adapt to them.
Thus, among the professions that require at least human contact, we are a maker of molds, satins, carriers of agricultural tools, but also mathematicians who are not teachers in schools, nor in any way betray them somewhere.
Then there are economists dealing with monetary and fiscal economics, ceramics and sculptors, as well as makers of various decorations and jewelry for sale, but not by order.
Among the professions that are recommended for antisocial people are manual work such as processing or polishing materials and testing of geological samples in a laboratory. These people would easily make it out to a production facility where they have a specific task, for example, process monitoring and intervention if needed.
In the textile industry, you can find them in the tailors or seamstresses that combine the shriveled pieces before handing them over to the finishing touches.
Also, they are “lying” and handmade, such as knitting, sewing, making jewelry and fashion accessories, as well as home-made cosmetics.
The last three professions in which antisocial people most easily manage are writing (poetry, prose, essays, and even books), farmers and farmers who raise vegetables and farmland home-grown, followed by hunters who hunt wild animals for different purposes.