Job Variables as Predictors of Marital Satisfaction and Marital Conflict among Female Bank Employees
The study investigated job variables (work challenge and organizational support) as predictors of marital satisfaction and conflict among female bank employees in Enugu urban. Ninety (90) female bank employees from thirteen (13) commercial banks in Enugu Metropolis with age range of 25 to 48 years (M = 37.97, SD = 2.79) were sampled using convenience sampling technique. 6-item work challenge scale developed by Aigbiremhon (2013), 6-item organizational support scale, Aigbiremhon, (2013), 8-item index of marital satisfaction scale, Hudson (1982) and 12-item marital conflict subscale drawn from Omuluabi (1994) 50-item marital stress inventory were administered for data collection. The results showed that work challenge and organizational support jointly and independently were not significant predictors of marital satisfaction and conflict. The findings were discussed in line with previous studies.