This essays covers most of the main and recent books and internet sources intended to help employers, counselors, and educators to train, support, and accommodate individuals on the spectrum at the workplace. Those on the spectrum also benefit by receiving tips on how to work best in their work environments. The bottom line is that those on the spectrum have skills that can be extremely valuable for companies. Individuals may present initial negative impressions in interviews and in the workplace, but with their visual skills, honesty, and other positive traits they can contribute to the productivity and bottom line of organizations. Such individuals should not be limited by stereotypes.