People With Autism Need Employment Opportunities
They certainly do! Many people with autism can perform well in different types of fields, including technology, the service sector (as food preparation workers or cashiers, for example), farming and more.
There is a crying need for businesses to open their doors to people with autism and also for job coaches and supported work environments, where those on the spectrum can function at their best. Michael S. Bernick and Richard Holden provide valuable information in The Autism Job Club: The Neurodiverse Workforce in the New Normal of Employment.