Careers for ADHD

People with ADHD need careers where they can think on their feet, be creative problem-solvers, and multitask like crazy. Here are some examples of careers that harness the innate skills and strengths of ADHD minds.

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1. Teacher

Teacher Teacher


Your Match?

A teacher doesn't only teach.

2. Journalist

Journalist Journalist


Your Match?

A journalist is trained to gather, analyze, and report on news and current events.

3. Editor

Editor Editor


Your Match?

An editor is responsible for reviewing, revising, and correcting written material, such as books, articles, reports, and other forms of written communication.

4. Culinary Chef

Culinary Chef Culinary Chef

Culinary Chef

Your Match?

Culinary chefs specialize in the art of cooking and food preparation.

5. Aesthetician

Aesthetician Aesthetician


Your Match?

An aesthetician specializes in improving the appearance and health of their clients' skin.

6. Hairdresser

Hairdresser Hairdresser


Your Match?

A hairdresser specializes in cutting, styling, and coloring hair.

7. Franchise Owner

Franchise Owner Franchise Owner

Franchise Owner

Your Match?

A franchise owner is an individual who has taken on the role of owning and operating a franchise business independently.

8. Entrepreneur

Entrepreneur Entrepreneur


Your Match?

An entrepreneur is a person who creates a new business venture, takes financial risks, and assumes responsibility for the success or failure of that venture.

9. Nurse

Nurse Nurse


Your Match?

A nurse is responsible for providing care and support to patients in various healthcare settings.