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Vacancy: Research assistant

The position is connected to demographic research carried out in relation to the Social Policy and Family Dynamics research grant at the Stockholm University Demography Unit. Main responsibilities are to build on the past data harmonization of the Changing Life Course Regimes Data, conduct event history analysis, and help develop a descriptive manuscript as well as a study suitable for an international peer reviewed journal.

Vacancy: Researcher in SPaDE

The researcher is expected to bring along plans for their own research, conduct research linked to the Center’s research agenda, collaborate with other Center members on ongoing research, and contribute to the intellectual life of the Center. (S)he is expected to perform high level research and publish in international journals.


Gunnar Andersson Foto: Eva Dalin

Why are there so many single households in Sweden?

The truth is that statistics on one-person households do not always relate to life styles linked to the status of being a single. Furthermore, single living is not an entirely new phenomenon in this country, writes Professor of Demography Gunnar Andersson in a new blog post.

SUNDEM - Stockholm University SIMSAM Node for Demographic Research

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