EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN HOUSEWIVES AND CAREER WOMEN

Aditya Yasmine Prieska

Abstract


The purpose of this study was to see the differences in emotional intelligence between housewives and career women. This study uses a quantitative method with a questionnaire as the main collecting method. The difference in emotional intelligence is seen through the characteristics contained in this definition. The research subjects were 40 housewives and 40 career women respondents who had certain characteristics. The results showed that the two groups of research respondents had significant differences. The benefit of this research is to provide information to the public in terms of emotional intelligence in women, especially those who act both as housewives and the role of career women.

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emotional intelligence, housewives, career women

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.46827/ejse.v6i3.3426

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