Acing the Job Interview: Career Advice for ADD Adults

Worried your ADHD symptoms will interfere with your next job interview? Our step-by-step guide will help you focus your preparation, plan answers to common interview questions, and feel confident in your success.

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Wrap Things Up

Prepare, and use, a closing statement. Thank the interviewer and summarize why you are the most qualified candidate for the position, why you want to work for the company and why they would benefit most by hiring you. This exit speech is your last chance to say what you want and leave a good impression.

Know the next step. Clarify what the next step is as far as your candidacy.

Follow up with an effective "thank you" letter. This is another opportunity to market yourself. Find some areas discussed in the meeting and expand upon them in your letter.

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