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International Journal of Home Science

2021, VOL. 7 ISSUE 3, PART B

Management of work stress of self employed women in rural area

Author(s): Mehta Manju and Dua Kavita
Abstract:
Stress at home or work is to a large extent affected by the level of control they have over their working condition, pressures, the degree of support they receive from others in the workplace and the strategies they use to return to work burdens. The study was carried out in 40 self employed rural women of Hisar district. A well structured interview schedule was used for data collection. Main source of the demand were work demands and job control with mean score of 2.69 and 2.58 respectively. Uppermost stress indicator level was emotional (37.78 points) followed by physical indicator (32.3 points) and lowest was sleep indicator (7.7 points). Thus the working women necessity to have work life balance and imbibe stress management strategies like meditation, balanced diet filled with entertainment and fun to lead a stress free life.
Pages: 95-99  |  13 Views  2 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Mehta Manju, Dua Kavita. Management of work stress of self employed women in rural area. Int J Home Sci 2021;7(3):95-99.
International Journal of Home Science