Adult Autism & Employment
www.dps.missouri.edu/Autism.html?cmpGAS
A guide for professionals, including a synthesis of existing literature, promising practices,and previously unpublished insights and suggestions from a national expert on autism and employment.

JobTIPS
www.do2learn.com/JobTIPS/index.html
Similar to other career building websites, JobTIPS presents text, audio, and video related to seeking and applying for jobs, managing work responsibilities, and interacting with co-workers. Keeping youth with ASD in mind, the site also provides detailed explanations of how to behave in specific situations, such as what to say and not say to a potential employer, and when and how to disclose their diagnosis. The researchers are also developing modules that will allow users to practice job skills, such as interviewing, accepting feedback from supervisors, and engaging in appropriate small talk.

Neurodiversity 
www.neurodiversity.com
Neurodiversity's resource pages index material from a vast number of websites on autism, reflecting a wide range of information and perspectives. Visitors will also find links to many one-off articles with interesting and innovative content. This website includes links to first person accounts, and to full-text versions of peer-reviewed professional journal articles available free-of-charge. 

Articles on employment and autism: www.neurodiversity.com/employment.html
Articles about adults with autism: www.neurodiversity.com/adult.html

Autism Research Institute
www.autism.com/ind_individuals.asp
This website includes a section for individuals on the autism spectrum with links to interesting articles for adults.

The Global and Regional Asperger Syndrome Partnership
www.grasp.org
Committed to meeting the needs of adults and teens on the autism spectrum.