If your work environment exposes you to substances to which you are allergic or that irritate your bronchial tubes, then the answer is yes. If you work in an environment that is free of airborne pollutants or allergens, then the answer is no unless job-related stress is a factor.
Examples of asthma-triggering factors in work environments include:
You may notice that your symptoms are much milder or resolve on your days off from work. Using a protective mask at work, improving ventilation, introducing an air cleaning system, or treatment with asthma medications all may improve asthma at work. Of course, the ultimate solution when all else fails is to consider a change of job or profession.