Impact of Work-Life Balance on Job Satisfaction: A Case of Health Care Services in Pakistan

Muhammad Shadab Kashif Arif


In this paper, the study is being conducted to examine and test an impact of work life balance and job satisfaction on person’s social life as well as personal life. This study uses large and representative section of data from the Service Sector (Hospitals) of Karachi. Furthermore, this research also shows that approximately 50% people are there who are not satisfied with their job and due to which they cannot have proper work life balance. Most of the people are there who want to reduce their working hours in order to have proper work life balance in their lives. The hours which employees want to decrease in their Working Time is due to balance the round–the–clock time in their life, so they can have the Work Life Balance. The study further illustrates that work life balance varies as the change of gender as well as marital status and it differs from person to person and status to status.

Keywords: Job Satisfaction, Work Life Balance, Working Time Planning, Gender and Marital Status discrimination, Working Hours, Work Life Stability

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