Unique job site can help neurodivergent people find meaningful work — while being themselves

A new job marketplace seeks to remedy that problem by connecting neurodivergent people with companies that have committed neurodiversity hiring programs. Launched this month, the Neurodiversity Career Connector features job listings by U.S. employers seeking applicants with autism spectrum disorder, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), dyslexia and other conditions associated with neurodivergent, or atypical, brain functioning.

The site was launched by the Neurodiversity @ Work Employer Roundtable, a group of nearly 50 companies with neurodiversity hiring programs and support systems for new employees. Microsoft leads the group, which wants to decrease job barriers and improve neurodiversity in the workplace.

Learn more about this initiative here. 

Go to the Neurodiversity @ Work Employer Roundtable and watch a video to learn more about its work and the Neurodiversity Career Connector



By Dan Poux (He/Him)
Dan Poux (He/Him) Career Coach