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National data has shown that many autistic adults are unemployed or underemployed, even when compared to people with other disabilities and in spite of having needed skills and abilities for the workplace. Researchers and policy makers have worked to develop programs that can increase opportunities for employment and improve employment outcomes. This includes job training and recruitment programs, as well as supports for employees and employers to increase retention and success in the workplace. This page provides information related to employment for people with autism and other disabilities.

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  • George Washington University
    • June 18, 2020
      Speakers Sean M. Inderbitzen and Katherine Hurley, MA, MFA discussed tools to help people on the autism spectrum gain and maintain employment. This webinar is designed for Vocational Rehabilitation Specialists, Employment Specialists, and young adults with autism. This webinar will introduce tools to assist people with ASD in obtaining and maintaining employment.

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