This group helps high-functioning autistic individuals get tech jobs –

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When his son was diagnosed with a form of high-functioning autism, Dirk Müller­Remus envisioned the kind of future he would have in the workplace: the global unemployment rate for people on the autism spectrum remains at around 80 per cent. So, the German entrepreneur decided to build a company that would create long-term employment opportunities for adults who, like his son, have extraordinary cognitive abilities, but often lack the social skills needed to find a job and retain it.

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