BBC – Autistic people held back by job interview questions – report

Ambiguous interview questions and application forms are keeping autistic people out of work, a report has found.

While 53.6% of all disabled people are in work, only 30% of autistic people are, the latest official figures show.

One autistic person told BBC News having more tick-boxes in applications might help him to land an interview.

The government has urged employers to “get behind” all recommendations set out in Sir Robert Buckland’s report on autism in the workplace.

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