No Label at the Table – New Bakery Run by Autistic Guy Hiring Others on Spectrum


Jacob Wittman, a 20-year-old guy, and Shelly Henley, his mother, started ‘No Label at the Table,’ a new bakery offering employment opportunities to young people on the autism spectrum. According to the statistics, only 60% of people with disabilities receive a high school diploma, and about two thirds of autistic people are unemployed. Jacob successfully combines his studies at a high school with running his own business. His passion can also help fight the negative statistics and improve the quality of lives of the people on spectrum.


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