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We're Hiring: ADHD-Friendly Careers

Research shows that inattentive, hyperactive, scattered adults with ADHD struggle at work more than the average employee. This is especially true if the job is a bad fit. Here, find careers, including an emergency medical technician, that suit unique ADHD skills.

3 Comments: We're Hiring: ADHD-Friendly Careers

  1. I was doing ok in the military until added stressors and the pandemic exasperated ADHD symptoms and led to my diagnosis, but you can’t take the real meds

  2. Schedule with flexibility.
    Working as a Hospitalist has been a good choice for me. 7 days on, 7 days off. Official hours are 7a-7p (on call for your patients), but most administrations are flexible as long as you get your work done in a timely manner. You don’t have to clock in or out. When you are done you can leave as long as you’re not more than 30 minutes from the hospital in case you are needed. Emergencies are covered by the “rapid response” team so you don’t have to be in the facility.

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