Work Related Stress, Time Management and Marital Satisfaction of Females Health Sector Professionals
Keywords:work related stress, time management, marital satisfaction, health sector professionals, doctors, nurses
Objective: To determine relationship between works related stress, time management and marital satisfaction in health sector professionals and to find out differences between work related stress, time management and marital satisfaction of nurses and doctors.
Methodology: The sample consist of (N=150) health professionals containing 75 doctors and 75 nurses. Data was collected from health sector professionals of different hospitals of Lahore by using Purposive sampling technique. Sample consisted of only female participants. Demographic questionnaire, Stress Scale Inventory, Time Management Behavior Scale, and Dayadic Adjustment Scale were used to measure the study variables. Analysis of data was done by using SPSS version 21.
Results: Significant relationship was found between work related stress, time management and marital satisfaction in females health sector professionals through parson product moment correlation. It means that professionals tend to have higher job stress level and lower marital satisfaction level, and both job stress and marital dissatisfaction can negatively influence on individual mental health, well-being and marital relationships. Regression analyses of demographics age, family system and work stress were negatively predicteed marital satisfaction and overall work experience and monthly income were positively predicting marital satisfaction. The outcome of independent sample t test also exposed that there were no differences exist in work related stress, time management and married relationships. The satisfaction in nurses and doctors.
Conclusion: Professionals tend to have higher job stress level and lower marital satisfaction level, and both job stress and marital dissatisfaction can negatively influence on individual mental health, well-being and marital relationships. Nurses are predominantly at threat from problems that is related to stress, with great amounts of proceeds, non-attendance, and fatigue. Occupational stress, especially emotional exhaustion and depersonalization, is common and serious among doctors.
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