How to Manage Your ADHD While at Work

06/02/2019
di Terena Bell

If you’re a young adult with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), what got you through college won’t necessarily help you at work. After graduation, students move from an environment designed to help them succeed into one that Landmark College professor and learning differences expert MacLean Gander calls “decidedly unfriendly to ADHD.” And not adapting quickly enough could cost them their jobs: People with attention-deficit are 61 percent more likely to be fired, 33 percent more likely to get laid off, and three times more likely to spontaneously quit. As a result, the Attention Deficit Disorder Association says one out of every three ADHD adults is unemployed.

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