Jonathan Wörn is a Postdoc at the Centre, with interests in issues related to family, work and health. He has a background in quantitative sociology and holds a PhD in Social Sciences from the University of Cologne (Germany). In his dissertation, he examined social determinants of cognitive functioning in old age. He is currently conducting research on the consequences of COVID-related home-office, temporary layoffs and job losses on mental health and social relations. In addition, he works on topics related to technological changes in the labor market and their health consequences for affected workers and their families. He is also interested in how determinants earlier in life (e.g., school performance, work environment) and major life events (e.g., marriage, spousal loss) affect the health and well-being later in life.