Occupational Stress among Working Women

Mnisha Shoor

Abstract


Apart from performing domestic chores behind the curtain, The feminist movement, equal opportunities legislations, expanding service sector ever increasing cost of linens and better access to education - all such complex movements contributed to participation of women in broader range of occupations from nurturing role of teachers to every walk of corporate and professional world in order to supplement the male earning capacity of her family. with the increase in the activities the occupational stress has also increased among working women. The study tends to find occupational stress among working women of Ludhiana city of Punjab on various parameters, keeping in mind the variations in age by using likert type five point scale, one way ANOVA, chi-square, mean and variances.  


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