SAJMS - South Asian Journal of Management Sciences

Level of Satisfaction of Working and Non-Working Women in Relation to their Socio-economic Conditions and Education

The study aims at examining the satisfaction level of women with their socioeconomic conditions and education, based on survey data relating to 262 married females. It is suggested that education enables women to earn, resulting a higher level of satisfaction. Another important predictor in the study is social class of women, which plays an important role in their satisfaction level. The main assumption of this study is that working women, irrespective of their education are more satisfied.

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