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MAN WITH ADHD UNSURE WHERE TO GET A JOB AFTER GRADUATING

Hi all would like some advice on where to go since I’m graduating soon.

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I’m apprehensive about work as I’m high functioning but also have some special needs.

I’ve been told most places aren’t that tolerant of people with ADHD and Asperger’s so I’m trying to prepare myself. If anyone knows any good companies where I can get a decent graduate’s pay and career progression, and they’re still tolerant of some of my quirks, I’d appreciate it.

Generally I manage myself well and most people can’t tell during short interactions (like 2 hours max) through masking, but those who have been around me for long periods of time (months or years) have noticed the mental wiring isn’t like others. I think it might be good to plan my career route with a company or organisation that is understanding enough, or at least, I mean I have no idea where to start.

Here are what netizens think:

  • Don’t see how it should be a problem if it doesn’t affect your work. Even more so if you’re not required to disclose it.
  • Not an expert here, but i know a friend who makes a living submitting stuff online (research articles, journal entries), almost no interaction with ppl. Or if u can drive Grab driver also can what just put a Dont talk to me sign
  • Just don’t tell your boss or colleagues? At most they will just think you are weird but at least they won’t think you are mentally handicapped. Don’t try to change the world, it’s still a bit too early. You have your meds, learn to cope and stand on the same ground as others.
  • As long as you deliver on your results, no one cares about your quirks.
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