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Work-Family Conflict, Stress, and Satisfaction among Dual-Earning Couples

  title={Work-Family Conflict, Stress, and Satisfaction among Dual-Earning Couples},
  author={Renee Ann L. Ortega and Ma Regina M. Hechanova},
  journal={Philippine journal of psychology},
The study examined the work-family conflict, stress and satisfaction, and social support among dual-earning couples. It extends Parasurman, Greenhaus, and Granrose’s Model of Work-Life Conflict (1992) by expanding the concept of social support to include support from family and friends apart from support from work and spouse. Surveys with 162 working parents show that work-related stress predicts work-family conflict. Work-related stress is correlated with job satisfaction whereas home-related… 

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