A solid survey of different issues faced by aspies in the world of work. The book can be a bit hard to read sometimes as it's a bit "choppy" as a result of it including a lot of anecdotes of various experiences on different topics. It is pragmatic in the sense that it recognizes that there's a lot of challenges, and that sometimes things just don't work out. For someone interested in the topic and especially if looking at research, there's a lot of ideas for potential starting points.
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Asperger Syndrome and Employment: What People with Asperger Syndrome Really Really Want 2021-02-27
Survey of Aspies' wants and challenges in regards to employment