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Last updated: 23rd September 2013
Only 15% of adults with autism are in full-time employment, but most are willing and able to work.
This section contains information on employment for people with autism and their parents and carers. Thre is a separate section of this site containing information for employers and recruitment professionals.
This section explains what bullying is, how to recognise if you are being bullied, ways to help you if you are being bullied and where you can go for support.
Careers services in England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales provide advice and information about employment, training and learning and offer support to jobseekers.
Information on looking for work for people with autism and Asperger syndrome, their parents and carers, and potential employers
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