Everyone is unique – with unique qualities, personalities, strengths, weaknesses, interests. This also applies to those with ADD / ADHD.
You may be the kind of person who thrives in an environment that is full of creativity and faster, or you may do better in a quiet, structured, predictable environment. The trick is to find a career that plays to your strengths, skills and interests and reduces your weaknesses.
Evaluation of new job prospects
Your work should be stimulating and enjoyable. It should be one that holds your attention. A boring job that feels like drugs will only increase your ADHD symptoms .
What did you find to be the most difficult aspect of your job? In what areas do you tend to struggle the most? Can you make accommodation in your current job that can make the days successful?
Will implementing any of these strategies help your current situation?
Coaches, advisors and books
Many people have experienced success with an ADHD coach. The coach can help you find solutions to challenges you experience at work , as well as other areas in your life that may be affected by your ADD.
Another idea is to join a career counselor who is experienced with ADHD. If you want to make a change in your career, the counselor can help you identify your areas of strengths / weaknesses and interests / dislikes and help you find a good career match.
Many people have found the book, What Color is Your Parachute: A Practical Guide for Hunters and Career Changes to Be a Useful Resource.
Make sure you take the time to adjust your medication. You may see some positive changes when you get to the most appropriate dose.