5 Career Choices For Autistic Job Seekers

The employment rates for autistic individuals across British Columbia make for some depressing reading. Out of a population of almost 50,000 adults who have been diagnosed somewhere on the autistic spectrum, it’s estimated that over 80% of them are either unemployed or underemployed, meaning that they are in work that doesn’t make use of their unique skills or talents. While it’s true that not every autistic adult is going to be able to succeed in a modern office environment, there should be every expectation that, with the right level of support, every autistic job seeker can find a meaningful career path.

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