I might read the rest of the article, but I stopped here: "Their eye contact." I've interviewed at least one person who is autistic. He didn't maintain eye contact. Other interviewers thought he was a bad fit, but they couldn't put their finger on why. I thought he was amazing. He turned out to be amazing. Many people on the spectrum are different about eye contact. That doesn't make them shy or lying.

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