Time Management and Happiness in Working and Non-Working Women

Author: Sidra Sana

Supervisor: Ms. Shazia Irfan

Degree: MSc

Year: 2011-2013

University: Institute of Applied Psychology, Punjab University, Lahore, Pakistan


The present research was conducted to investigate the time management and happiness in working and non-working women. The research aimed to explore the relationship between time management and happiness in working and non-working women and for this purpose correlational research design was used. Purposive sampling technique was used to collect data of working and non-working women. Sample composed of two groups. Sample size comprised of 50 married working women related to teaching and paramedical profession and 50 non-working women were house wives. Structured questionnaires were distributed among the population. Data was collected and analyzed by using Pearson Co-efficient Correlation and Independent Samples t-test. The results revealed that there was a correlation between time management and happiness in non-working women. Results further revealed that there was in significant difference between working and non-working women on time management. The findings of the present research were helpful for the society to deal with women’s issues of time management in stress reduction and elevate the happiness in better way.

Keywords: Time Management, Happiness, Women Status.

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Corresponding Address: Department of Applied Psychology, University of the Punjab, Lahore, Pakistan. Email: chairperson@appsy.pu.edu.pk, Phone: 92-42-9231245

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