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ADHD and Comorbidities Negatively Impact Income, Employment

March 23, 2021Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD or ADD) significantly hinders professional outcomes in high school graduates with the condition, according to a study published in the journal PLOS ONE.1 Specifically, adults with ADHD earn approximately 17% less than their peers without ADHD, are more likely to experience periods of unemployment, and are more likely to receive disability benefits due to their inability to work.Researchers followed 1.2 million Swedes for six to sixteen years after high school and compared them to population-wide register-based data on clinical psychiatric diagnoses and medications, plus objective annual measures of educational and occupational outcomes.Compared to individuals without ADHD, adults.

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