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It seems that many, if not most, employers would take a neurotypical applicant over an autistic one, all else being near-equal (fluctuations could still happen) although maybe high-tech/IT firms could act a little differently (again I'm not sure) But I think the topic of the implications of autism in a job search is best discussed in another thread.
Or perhaps employers that would hire people with advanced physics degrees irrespective of subfield...
After reading this, high-tech/IT firms seem to be more friendly towards autists, among which there could be physics PhDs.