ADHD Quote of the Week
(Managing) ADHD is not about knowing what to do, but about doing what one knows.
Finding a job is always stressful, but those with ADHD tend to be put in the situation of needing to find a job more often than others. This week, we have a few resources that might help you if you are in the position where you need to find a job, and you want this job hunt to be more successful than the last.
Jobs for people with ADHD: Some of the best (and some of the worst) – ADDitude Mag
There are jobs out there that are made for everyone, but when you have ADHD it can help to have an idea of what jobs may (or may not) be right for you. Reading these two lists may help you locate a job you love, or stay away from a job that simply isn’t right for your working style. Read them yourself and decide.
When you do get into a job interview, you’ll most likely be faced with one of the most difficult questions for anyone to answer: “What is your current salary?”. For many people with ADHD, limited impulse control can make it hard to resist answering this question, because it can feel like the choice to answer (or not answer) is a deal breaker for employers. This post will give you the tools to answer that question in a professional manner, and to put yourself in the best position to succeed in any interview.