This is a very common question which people ask ie. scope of a career. Scope is a very subjective term when you use it with career and definition of scope usually changes at different age bracket. A 21 year old might define scope of a career as salary package, whereas 30 year old might define it as job security and a 40 year old might define it as happiness.
As career counsellors we believe that if your aptitude, interest and personality matches a career, then scope, money and success automatically follows.
Yes, a person with ADHD (Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder) can take a vocational assessment test. These tests aren't just for those with ADHD; they're made to assist people of all ages and abilities explore different job options in light of their interests, aptitudes, and personality features. A candidate for ADHD can undoubtedly take such an examination to learn more about potential job paths based on their particular talents and preferences.
However, it's important to remember that career assessments are only one step in the process of exploring potential career paths. Working with a professional counselor or coach who can offer them individualized advice and techniques to help them achieve in their chosen job path may be beneficial for people with ADHD.