TITLE

Satisfacción de mujeres trabajadoras

AUTHOR(S)
Sánchez-Castillo, Claudia Verónica
PUB. DATE
March 2012
SOURCE
Revista Medica del IMSS;2012, Vol. 50 Issue 2, p135
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Background: balance between work and family is difficult for women. The laboral participation of women has been associated with increased family dysfunction. This situation arises the interest in determining the existence of the relationship between family satisfaction and work in the workwomen. Methods: we applied the test relations between family and work of Fernando Arias to 143 female medical residents, 100 teachers and 100 housewives of the state of Sinaloa. Satisfaction was determined based on demographic characteristics. Results: eighty five percent felt a satisfactorily reconcile between work and family roles. The teachers were better reconcile work and family relationship OR = 3.12 (1.16-8.65) p = 0.02. The more satisfied professionals relate on a personal level OR = 1.88 (0.99-1.01) p = 0.05 and OR = 2.92 labor (1.38-6.28) p = 0.03. Conclusions: there are many factors that affect settlement or conflict in the family and work. The importance of this situation is that the family is the foundation of society and achieve a fit between these two areas that would make families more functional.
ACCESSION #
82511503

 

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