Since autumn 2019 I work at the social gerontology sector of ARC where my main focus is on SWEOLD 2020.
Before joining ARC I spent 5 years studying in Scotland. In 2018 I graduated from the University of Glasgow with first class honours in Sociology with Quantitative Methods, a course which focuses on improving the statistical skills and knowledge of social science undergraduate students. After this I went on to complete a Masters degree at the University of Stirling in Social Research and Social Statistics, from which I graduated in autumn 2019 with distinction.
My main field of research so far has been in social mobility and its effect on subjective wellbeing. Within this I have examined measurement choices and implementation of these concepts.