Impact of Long Working Hour’s Women on Relationship with Husband and Children: A Case Study of D.G. Khan Pakistan

  • Kaneez Fatima
  • Munazza Madani
  • Naila Usman
  • Aamir Abbas

Abstract

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Long working hours affects the life of both men and women. However, the impact of long working hours has greater impact on the women as compared to man. Women who are associated with long working hours experience physical symptoms of stress such as fatigue, irritability, headaches and depression than men. The aim of the study was to find out how the working woman are socially affected by long working hours and how long working hour’s effects the relationship with husband and children. Study has also analyzed how long working hours have affected the life of working women and its impact on the relationship of spouses and children. In order to assess the Impact of long working hour’s women on relationship with husband and children. We recruited 160 respondents through multistage sampling technique from Dera Ghazi Khan. The data has been analyzed through SPSS. Results of the study indicates, that about 64.3% of the women are of the view that job requirements including completing the task is a main factor responsible for working long hours. Meanwhile 11.9% of the respondents said that work place and industry culture is another main factor responsible for working long hours while 15% of the respondents said that to achieve better rewards they work for long hours. Results shows that impact of long working hours have brought about significant changes in the life of working women and it has a significant effects on the relationship of husband and children. The results indicated that there was significant association between long working hours of women and less children’s’ grooming and socialization.

Published
2019-12-21
How to Cite
Fatima, K., Madani, M., Usman, N., & Abbas, A. (2019). Impact of Long Working Hour’s Women on Relationship with Husband and Children: A Case Study of D.G. Khan Pakistan. Journal of History and Social Sciences, 8(2). https://doi.org/10.46422/jhss.v8i2.69
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