Dual-Career Planning, Marital Satisfaction And Job Stress Among Women In Dual-Career Marriages
Journal of Business and Psychology
This study examined the structural relationship between dual-career planning, spouse support, problem-solving effectiveness, interrole conflict, marital satisfaction, and job stress among married female professionals. Dual-career planning and spouse support were found to be negatively associated with interrole conflict and positively associated with problem-solving effectiveness in the marriage. Interrole conflict was found to be positively associated with job stress and negatively asociated with marital satisfaction. © 1986 Human Sciences Press Inc.
Department of Management
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Steffy, Brian D. and Ashbaugh, Donald, "Dual-Career Planning, Marital Satisfaction And Job Stress Among Women In Dual-Career Marriages" (1986). Faculty Publications. 4745.