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Approximately 15% to 20% of the population, or about 1 in 7 people, exhibit some form of neurodivergence. With their extraordinary mathematics, memory and creativity skills, these out-of-the-box big thinkers bring a lot to the table, and organizations are taking notice.
Harvard Business Review believes that hiring neurodivergent staff gives companies a competitive advantage. “Because neurodiverse people are wired differently from neurotypical people,” researchers Robert D. Austin and Gary P. Pisano write, “They may bring new perspectives to a company’s efforts to create or recognize value.”