Things to Know About Autism and Employment

For years, autistic people across Canada have been marginalized when it comes to the workforce. It’s a concerning statistic that over 80% of autistic adults in British Columbia alone are either unemployed or underemployed, where their hours and pay don’t match their skills and experiences. However, large corporations such as JP Morgan Chase, Microsoft and SAP have changed their hiring approaches in recent years to tap into the strengths of autistic workers. This change in attitude from some of the biggest players in the economy is starting to trickle down to smaller organizations, so it’s to examine if your company is ready to harness the power of autism.

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