Eight job seekers with disabilities battle to find work. Erica is determined to do everything she can to find employment so that she can give back to society.
26-year-old Alan has high-functioning autism. Despite graduating from university two years ago with a psychology degree, Alan has struggled to find permanent work. Alan has a passion for politics and is determined to use his skills to find work in data analysis. With social interaction being particularly challenging for Alan, will he be able to prove to potential employers he is able to overcome this obstacle to employment?
46-year-old Erica has been unemployed for the past six years. For most of her life, Erica's differences were misunderstood and her condition was undetected. She was finally diagnosed with Asperger syndrome at the age of 32. Despite lacking confidence, Erica is determined to do everything she can to find employment so that she can give back to society, and finally become a tax payer.
Psychologist Nancy Doyle invites Alan and Erica to her unique training centre where they learn the 'rules of the office' and recapture the confidence to seek and secure employment.
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