RELATIONSHIPS AMONG ROLE CONFLICTS, ROLE SATISFACTIONS AND LIFE SATISFACTION: EVIDENCE FROM HONG KONG
This study investigated the direct effects among work/family conflicts, job, marital and life satisfactions reported by a Hong Kong sample. Seventeen hundred questionnaires were sent to three different professions in Hong Kong and 497 successful responses were obtained. The findings indicated that work and family conflicts as well as interrole conflict affected job satisfaction and marital satisfaction. Likewise, life satisfaction reported by the respondents was affected by their level of job satisfaction and marital satisfaction as well.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 1998-01-01
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