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The Project The Piggery Who Gave Young Men With Autism A Break
The Project The Piggery Who Gave Young Men With Autism A Break
You're watching The Project The Piggery Who Gave Young Men With Autism A Break People with autism often struggle to find work. But last year, one company specifically called out for autistic applicants. We catch up with the workers to see how their first year and a half has gone.and#13;

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The Piggery Who Gave Young Men With Autism A Break

Mon 09 Jul 2018 in 2 weeks

People with autism often struggle to find work. But last year, one company specifically called out for autistic applicants. We catch up with the workers to see how their first year and a half has gone.and#13;

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