I currently have a job. Boring/stupid factory shit, but pays really well considering I'm a two time high school dropout.
I have pretty major OCD and well, I can't say it hinders my work, but it affects it. Besides the extreme anxiety it generates, also, some embarrassing moments occur. Like, I'm standing in the middle of the hallway just staring at a clock, until the time changes from a certain minute. Positioning items in a certain angle. Taking/carrying a certain amount of items each time. Adding various numbers (like from shelves) up, if a certain digit appears, I have to go back from where I came and start over, choosing different numbers to look at this time and avoid certain number combinations. If I look at those "bad" numbers by mistake, I have a tendency to tighten my eyelids/skin around my eyes, which can result in me looking quite stupid.
Or just in general triple-quadruple checking everything I've done, which, in addition to my extremely high standards makes me kind of slow sometimes.
At one point I managed to break out from it for a while, but it somehow came back. Been going on for the almost 3 years I've worked.
When I was a NEET, it was way scaled down, because I was in a stress free environment.
Back then I didn't really know about OCD and what not, I just figured I was stupid or something.