More Employment Resources
Job Search and Training
CareerOneStop is a website sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor in partnership with the network. Here you can explore careers, find training, search for jobs, and find help in your local neighborhood.
This site has much information including an autism jobs blog, a freelancing platform, and neurodiversity merchandising and music. If you have an idea about what you would like to do but have been having problems with job interviews, etc., this is the place for you.
Hire Autism was created especially with autistic people in mind. It offers “a job board, direct access to local employment opportunities, a profile builder, simple job applications, and helpful resources for the workplace.” Anyone who registers on the website, will have access to all the open jobs in their area and can create a unique profile that will get them noticed.
This site offers, beside other information and counseling, employment resources for those with autism and Asperger’s including a list of organizations that offer help and resources, information about employment rights, hiring resources, useful books, and various articles.
Fivrr is a website for those who would like to do freelance work.
AbilityLinks aims to put “disability inclusion to work” by providing ways of improving employee inclusion in the workplace. They job-search resources for people of all abilities.