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Dell Autism Hiring

Discussion in 'Education and Employment' started by ScottyLambertJediKnight, Jun 12, 2020.

  1. ScottyLambertJediKnight

    ScottyLambertJediKnight Well-Known Member

    May 30, 2018
    so i found recently that Dell and other big big tech companies have autism hiring problems when i told my parents they said that dells pay sucks and that i will lose my social security check anyway does anyone done any those problems if so what are they like? PS please be nice
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  2. Nervous Rex

    Nervous Rex High-functioning autistic V.I.P Member

    Dec 9, 2017
    I work for a tech company that hires line workers (assembling stuff), technicians, mechanical engineers, electrical engineers, programmers, etc. It all depends on your qualifications and skills.

    I worked a short stint for HP. They claimed to only hire "top talent", but their pay was middle-of-the-road. I wouldn't be surprised if Dell was the same.
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  3. menander

    menander Well-Known Member

    Apr 19, 2020
    Go to Vocational Rehabilitation and see how they may help. It is true that if you work, you will eventually lose your check and also health care. Disabilities in the US still follows the charity/dependency model. Other countries also do to an extend but wherever there is national health care, the disabled are able to have a bit more wriggle room to try.

    The penalties in the US can be catastrophic and deadly if one loses health care. Talk to VR. They can explain all this to you. If you can work at a place that offers good benefits, you will not need to be on the System, but you need advice from those who work in the area because it is unbelievably complicated and requires data keeping, work-hours logged, etc......People do it, but you must know what you are doing.
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  4. Matthias

    Matthias Well-Known Member

    Apr 30, 2020
    If you live in a state that expanded Medicaid to include adults without children, you will be able to get health insurance regardless of your income.

    If you live in a state that only covers adults who have children (common in many Southern states), then you may be better off not trying to work because you could lose your benefits and end up not being able to get health insurance.
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