Before coming to the University of Sheffield, Andrew worked as an economist in the public and private sectors.

Andrew completed his PhD on the topic of Work and Well-being. This included chapters on the impact of weekend working on well-being, the relationship between job type and eudaimonic well-being (the sense of having a worthwhile or meaningful life) and the effects of one’s partner’s employment status on well-being.

As a Research Associate, Andrew is currently part of the team delivering the Health and Work project funded by the Health Foundation. This major package of research focuses on how health and disability affect the labor market outcomes of people in the UK.