The answer to the question "Which ADHD type am I?" Has a decisive effect on the choice of career. A profession that lends itself to a particular type of ADD may be completely unsuitable for a person with a different type of ADD.
ADD is characterized by many different characteristics and characteristics of the person concerned. Everyone who has ADD and faces a career decision should first find out what kind of ADD they have.
Take a look at the short descriptions of these 3 ADHD forms and find out which type of ADD you are.
They are talkative, can others entertain well and communicate their feelings very openly? Extrovert ADD is particularly evident in its open nature. They can hide their feelings badly and with their opinion hardly keep behind the mountain. And they always have to keep moving. Rigid structures excite you at least as much as inflexible people and organizations.
They are more of a dreamy thinker, prefer to think through something instead of trying it out in practice. As an introverted ADD, they often find it difficult to express their feelings. Verbal communication - in the customer conversation or on the phone - is difficult for them to nerve-wracking. As an introverted ADD, they are often the creative problem solver, the inventive genius of their environment.
Are ADDers not always unstructured and badly organized? No. For heavily structured ADDs, fixed rules and structures are required to feel secure and not go out of their mind. Large corporations with clear organizational structures, well-planned procedures and clearly defined areas of responsibility are just the thing for highly structured ADDs.
Which ADD type are you?
Have you looked closely at the above 3 types of ADD? Did you also find out which type you are?
Often your own personality falls into more than one of the above types. Please note which ADD type you are. Then use the job profiles sorted by ADD types to find jobs that suit them.