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Why Jobs for People with Autism Are Growing Beyond Tech

Why Jobs for People with Autism Are Growing Beyond Tech

Update: 2024-06-122
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Tech companies have long had programs to recruit and retain employees whose brains process information in ways that aren’t typical. WSJ reporter Preetika Rana explains why banks, retailers and others are recognizing the special skills of those with autism and other types of neurodivergence. Then, an advertising executive with autism discusses what it was like to share her diagnosis with her employer and how she uses tech to help with work. Zoe Thomas hosts.




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Why Jobs for People with Autism Are Growing Beyond Tech

Why Jobs for People with Autism Are Growing Beyond Tech

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