Salman works in a support capacity on a range of projects using both qualitative and quantitative methods, with a specialism in the latter. He is particularly involved in the initial project stages, through telephone recruitment and survey creation. He has worked with clients such as Oxford University Press and the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy.
Salman graduated with a first-class degree in Economics. In his studies, he employed a great many quantitative research methods, but also applied qualitative research methods to his research into poverty in the UK. Similarly, Salman had day-to-day responsibility for a research project investigating the effects of older workers’ health on economic outcomes across a range of countries. He is applying these skills in his work across various Shift projects.