International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 2, Issue 6, Part I (2016)
A Comparative Study of Self-Esteem of Working and Non-Working Women in Relation to their Psychological Well-Being
Dr. Kompal Wadhawan
Employment has become increasingly significant in the lives of women. The modern woman is trying to be happier and better adjusted by relinquishing the traditional and modern role or by combining the two roles. The present study aims to compare the Self-esteem of working and non- working women in relation to their psychological well-being. The samples consisted of 20 married working and 20 married non- working women of the age range of 20-45 years, with educational qualification of 10+2 and above. Cluster sampling technique was used for the selection of the sample. The State Self-Esteem scale was chosen for collection of data. SPSS was used for analyzing data. Working women were found to be significantly higher on self-esteem than non-working women. The reason for this difference may be because of the fact that employment is associated with enhanced self-esteem and life
How to cite this article:
Dr. Kompal Wadhawan. A Comparative Study of Self-Esteem of Working and Non-Working Women in Relation to their Psychological Well-Being. International Journal of Applied Research. 2016; 2(6): 531-532.