Blog: Anonymously Autistic

Anonymously Autistic is a blog written by a late diagnosed Autistic adult. Topics covered include coping with having a job and living in the real world independently.

Article: The Ultimate Job Relocation Guide for the Newly Hired

MyMove’s study found that “new job/transfer’ was among the top five reasons people move.

Article: Coping with stress at work

Any job can have stressful elements, even if you love what you do. This article is about things and ideas to try to lessen your stress at work.

Article: Zip Recruiter: How To Write The Perfect Resume for Any Job

This is an article about the dos and don’ts of writing a resume.

Website: My Next Move: Find the Job that’s Right for You

This is a website for finding careers that match your needs and preferences.

Article: Autism Daily News: The Positive Traits of Autism – Part 2 – Hardworking

There are a lot of positive traits autistic workers can bring to any job. The simple fact of being hardworking is probably the most basic of these.

Article: Autism after high school

With an ever-increasing number of students on the autism spectrum coming through the school pipeline, questions abound as to what they can do to build a life for themselves beyond school.

Website: Think Beyond the Label

Think Beyond the Label delivers information, outreach and resources to businesses, job seekers and the public workforce system to ensure greater recruiting and hiring opportunities for job candidates with disabilities.

Webpage: U.S. Department of Labor: Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act

An overview of Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act, which prohibits federal contractors and subcontractors from discriminating in employment against individuals with disabilities (IWDs).

Webpage: Employment & Training Resources: Employer Resources – Hiring People with Disabilities

This webpage offers resources to employers to assist in answering questions and providing practical information that can facilitate efforts to develop a diversified workforce.