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readyJOB's Employment Toolkit for Jobseekers with Autism

Posted by Spoonie Threads Staff on

For individuals on the autism spectrum, finding and keeping a job can seem challenging, especially given that 85 percent of adults with autism don't have a job or are underemployed. Fortunately, with the right tools, tips, and support, you can find the right job for you and turn it into a success. As you navigate the job search, use the following employment toolkit as your guide. 

 

Getting Started 

Free Career Aptitude and Career Assessment Tests 

31 Great Jobs for Autistic People in a Huge Range of Industries 

Protections Against Employment Discrimination 

CV and Resume Writing Tips for Job Candidates on the Autism Spectrum 

 

Applying for Jobs 

Get Assistance With Your Job Search 

27 Companies Who Hire Adults With Autism 

Where to Search and Apply for Jobs Online 

 

Interviewing for a Job 

Autism Interview Tips for Job Seekers 

Handling Disability Disclosure When Applying For Work 

Tips to Help You Sell Your Soft Skills During an Interview 

 

Making Your New Job a Success 

Apps for Adults with Autism 

Tips and Tricks for Successful Telecommuting 

Designing a Home Office to Fit Your Lifestyle 

9 Simple Ways to Deal With Stress at Work 

How to Set Up a Home Office  

Resources sent by Erica Francis of readyJOB.org. Thanks for sharing! 

 

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