You have decided on a new job, congratulations! Starting your job search can be intimidating, but we’ve broken it down into smaller steps to make it easy and safe to navigate. Fairygodboss and its community of career experts have put together a short list to help you prepare: Don’t start your job search without reading […]
Growing up, I dreamed of becoming a lawyer. What I missed in my courtroom-filled dreams was the impact a legal profession would have on my personal life. I wasn’t prepared for the long hours that flowed into the nights and weekends, the stress of managing multiple case deadlines, or its impact on how (and how […]
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Hello and welcome to the first issue of Spectrum Launch, a newsletter on how to navigate the uncharted waters of autism research in the early stages of your career. The aim of this newsletter is to provide guidance and resources to young autism researchers entering graduate school, completing a dissertation, pursuing an academic job, or […]
The 24-year-old Sarina stern is struggling to get a job despite the labor shortage in the country. Stern, who is autistic, had applied for several positions but was overlooked by all of them. She chose a professional training program at Sports Social, which offers programs for people with various disabilities. In the end, she interviewed […]
With school just a day away, Santa Fe Public Schools are still looking for educators – mostly people who have never been to the classroom. Officials admit they have not been able to hire enough teachers to fill all of the county’s classrooms and will host another job fair on Aug. 11 in hopes of […]
One surprising way to productively manage your ADHD child’s energy is to keep them busy and give them jobs. Children like to feel productive and helpful. Most children really want to follow the directions and be considered a “good” child. But unfortunately, too often, children with ADHD feel the opposite – as if they can […]