عنوان مقاله [English]
Aim: This article is targeting to determine family satisfaction level and mental health of employed women at Iran Air company and compare between employees in flight and non – flight sections of the company in Tehran.
Method: The effects of demographic, age, educations, income level, spouse job, number of children, marriage period variables on the two main variables; family satisfaction and mental health also interactions between them was studied.
Study procedure: 51 married women working in flight section and 51 married women in non – flight section at Iran Air with systematic sampling procedure were chosen and participated.
Research approach was based on causal - comparison and data gathered by questionnaire based interview.
Results showed that average level of family satisfaction and mental health in studied samples was at medium level and samples in flight section in comparison with their similar samples in non – flight section had lower range of mental health especially in scales of anxiety and social function disorder.
Also there was a direct and meaningful correlation between family satisfaction level and mental health in both samples.
Family satisfaction had direct correlation with spouse education and had inverse correlation with age and marriage duration length of women.
Between spouse ages, family income, wife’s education level, number of children and spouse job with two main variables (family satisfaction and mental health) no meaningful correlation was observed.