2023, VOL. 9 ISSUE 3, PART A
The main aim of the study was to know about the job related stress and mental demands among marketing professionals. Exploratory research design was followed. Sample size of 30 respondents from marketing background were selected by using purposive sampling technique. For both the job related stress and mental demands, standard scales were adopted to collect the data. Correlation was done to analyze the data. Results revealed that most of the respondents have job related stress at work which may be within group or between their group and other group. Respondents were facing mental demands like more concentration on work and more time was spent for work than family and other activities. Significant relationships were found between males and females with their mental demands, between educational qualification and job related stress. Females have high mental demands than males and people with high educational qualification were facing job related stress.