This is all over the news media at the moment. At some I will find the orginal study and compare the news reports to what the research actually found.
Adults with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder do 22 fewer days of work per year than people who do not have the condition, a study says.
The research, which looked at 7,000 workers in 10 countries, found an average of 3.5% had ADHD.
Writing in Occupational and Environmental Medicine, the Dutch team said workplace screening should be used to pick up people with the problem.
A UK expert backed the idea, but warned they should not be stigmatised.
Source: Adult ADHD ‘linked to lost work’