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Young people with autism want to work. So why is it that for every one person with autism in full-time paid employment, there are six who are not?

Employability

Young people with autism want to work. So why is it that for every one person with autism in full-time paid employment, there are six who are not?

Alison Worsley, Director of External Affairs at Ambitious about Autism, said: “Lowering the required English and Maths standards to entry level 3 will remove a barrier that has long prevented young
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