GCHQ Employs Over 300 Neurodiverse Thinkers and is Actively Seeking More .
GCHQ also employs more than 300 staff with dyspraxia, dyslexia, autism and other profiles of difference and are actively recruiting more. ‘What we find is that people who have Asperger’s, for example, have a different way of approaching problems,’ says Chris. ‘They have a much more analytical, investigatory mindset. They’re much more keen on seeking out the answers to a particular problem and solving it.’ Dyslexic people often have the ability to see codes with patterns, repetitions and omissions.
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