I'm apparently one of the 85% of autistic college graduates who are consistently unemployed or underemployed. And you wouldn't even know it if you met me! I have a load of professional experience, but an irregular resume is no match against an ATS filter that can't assess transferrable skills. So many others like me are running into this exact problem! The U.S. Department of Labor describes barriers for autistic employment to be "substantial." So my experience is not uncommon one, and at a certain point it just isn't up to me anymore to keep tweaking my resume for a system that will never favor a non-neurotypical. I have to ask recruiters and employers to change and to understand.
So are you up for it? Is your company doing anything specific to create meaningful disability access? And just what do you do with all those automatically rejected resumes? In the meantime, what kind of accommodations are appropriate to indicate at the application or interview stage?