Work stress and psychological well being among employed young adults
Author(s):
Preeti Srivastava
Keywords:
Employed Young Adults. Psychological Well-being, Work stress
Abstract
Work related stress is a growing problem around the world that affects not only the health and well-being of employees, but also the productivity of organizations. The objective of the present study was to examine relationship between work stress and well-being among employed young adults. A random sample of 100 employed young adults was included in the study, all aged 25-35. A correlational research method was employed, and data was collected through administration of PGI Well Being Scale (Hindi Version) developed by Moudgil&Verma for measuring psychological well-being and the 12 surveyed statements of Schmidt, and Hayes were used for measuring work stress among employed young adults. Product moment correlation was used to analyse the obtained data. Result of the study revealed that work stress has negative effects on health and well-being among employed young adults. Work stress was negatively correlated to psychological well-being.
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Unique Paper ID: 152720

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 4

Page(s): 691 - 694
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