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 serves as a guide, mentor, and facilitator in the learning journey of students.

2. Journalist

Journalist Journalist


Your Match?

A journalist investigates, gathers, and reports news and information to the public through various media outlets, including newspapers, magazines, television, radio, and online platforms.

3. Editor

Editor Editor


Your Match?

Editors oversee the preparation and refinement of written, visual, or multimedia content for publication or broadcast.

4. Culinary Chef

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Culinary Chef

Your Match?

A culinary chef is trained in the art and science of food preparation, specializing in creating and executing culinary dishes that delight the senses.

5. Esthetician

Esthetician Esthetician


Your Match?

An esthetician specializes in providing a range of treatments and services to improve and maintain the health and appearance of the skin.

6. Hairdresser

Hairdresser Hairdresser


Your Match?

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

7. Franchise Owner

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Franchise Owner

Your Match?

A franchise owner is an entrepreneur who owns and operates one or more franchise locations of a larger franchised business.

8. Entrepreneur

Entrepreneur Entrepreneur


Your Match?

An entrepreneur is an individual who takes on financial risks in order to create and manage a business venture with the aim of achieving profit and growth.

9. Nurse

Nurse Nurse


Your Match?

A nurse is trained to provide medical care and support to patients in various settings, including hospitals, clinics, nursing homes, and community health centers.