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Attention, Autistic creatives...
who are just looking to begin their career out of college or those who have not had luck landing the job they want, read on...
For anyone, it's difficult to land the creative job you want when you have little to no experience in that field, but it's hard to get experience if no one gives you an opportunity to learn and gain the experience.
This is where the Gig Economy can come in.
How the Gig Economy Can Help...
For some creative autistic individuals the Gig Economy can be a great place to begin gaining work experience on real projects for paying clients.
This does several things for you:
All of the above bullet points are invaluable to a future employer because it's proof that you have experience, a body of work to show for it (your portfolio) and that your work provides value to clients.
Learn more in the Intro to Online Autism Entrepreneurship guide. It's free, below.
Posted by: Nick Venturella
As part of Autism Awareness Month, Microsoft is hosting the first Autism @ Work virtual career fair for people on the autism spectrum. The job fair is part of the second annual Autism @ Work Summit held in Palo Alto, California.
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If you didn't know, AutismHR also owns the LinkedIn Group, Autistic Professionals, which we're really just trying to get started. Check it out.
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