International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Development

International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Development


International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Development
International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Development
Vol. 7, Issue 8 (2020)

Working mother work life balance with child


Ankur Shrivastava

Working women's role has shifted worldwide due to financial conditions and social needs. This has resulted in a specific situation in which working women are under immense pressure to develop a career as efficient as their male counterparts while maintaining active personal life involvement. The ever-increasing strain at work is taking a toll on the working women leaving them for themselves with less time. Increasing personal front responsibilities with the technological blessings such as advanced cell phones, notepads, etc. that keep work life intertwined with personal life often generate tension on personal and professional fronts in this age of awareness. That affects the physical, emotional and social well-being of the person. Reaching a work-life balance is also a must for working women to have a decent quality of life. This paper is an effort to explore the stiff obstacles that working women face in maintaining a balance between their own commitments and laborious working lives. The moment when women started to enter the workforce in growing numbers in the late 20th century, psychologists and experts in child development challenged the effect of working parents on the overall development of a child. Most families have to rely on both parents financial support, thereby forcing the dual-income family, but balanced social and emotional growth depends more than just the amount of hours spent with children. In this report, we explored the various factors that influence the work-life balance of married working women. The problems the working women face in terms of their kids are quite high. The results also explain that people's work-life balance affects their lives.
Pages : 57-59