Young Adults With Autism Seek Out White-Collar Careers For First Time
A few weeks ago, Matthew Koenig, 24, was doing data entry for below minimum wage at a supervised employment center for people with disabilities in St. Paul, Minn.
Koenig, who has autism, was happy to have a job in a tough economy, but soon realized the workplace wasn’t well suited to him. His co-workers “had too broad of a range of [disabilities],” he said. “Some people had really serious problems…” Read More