A Co-Relational Study of Adjustment among Professional and Non-Professional Working Women with respect to Psychological Variables
Sonia Sharma

Dr. Sonia Sharma, Assistant Professor, School of Education, Lovely Professional University, Phagwara (Punjab), India.
Manuscript received on 14 June 2019 | Revised Manuscript received on 10 July 2019 | Manuscript Published on 17 July 2019 | PP: 230-238 | Volume-8 Issue-1C2 May 2019 | Retrieval Number: A10390581C219/2019©BEIESP
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Abstract: The adjustment of working women is the need of the hour. There are number of variables which influence the adjustment of a person. These variables may be demographic, social, and personal as well Psychological too. It should not be wrong to say that an adjusted woman can handle the stress, depression, anxiety and other mental tensions in better way as compared to a woman who is poor or mal-adjusted women. A woman can improve her adjustment with respect to proper use of some psychological variables namely emotional intelligence, spiritual intelligence and life satisfaction. if she uses her intelligences of emotions and spirituality in a constructive way she can manage better adjustment at workplace as well as at home. Similarly, on the other hand If, she is well satisfied with her life means she is having a positive vision towards life further he life satisfaction variable will boasts her adjustment too both at home as well as at workplace. Adjustment in relational to three psychological constructs, which influence everyone in the cut throat competition to lead a mentally healthy and well-adjusted life. The present study aims to explore the adjustment in relation to their psychological variables namely emotional intelligence, spiritual Intelligence and life satisfaction among professional and non-professional working women. For this purpose, data 280 professional and 250 non-professional working women of Punjab were collected by following the systematic sampling technique.. The scales used for collection were with the help of Bell Adjustment Inventory by H. M. Bell (1961) adapted by Investigator, Emotional Intelligence Scale (EIS)-(2002) by Hyde, et al, Spiritual Intelligence Scale (SIS) by Dhar and Dhar (2010) and Life Satisfaction Scale by Singh and Joseph (2007). The findings explored that significant difference exhibited in the adjustment of given sample with respect to psychological variables. The present study further suggested that the family members/ work organizer to take immediate measures to provide adequate training for developing emotional and spiritual Intelligences as well life satisfaction to lead a person adjusted life.
Keywords: Adjustment, Emotional Intelligence, Spiritual Intelligence and Life Satisfaction Professional and Non-Professional Working Women.
Scope of the Article: Social Sciences