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A Comparative Study of Mental Health of Working People of Junagadh


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The present study was to do the comparative study of mental health of people carrying working people. For the present study, 100 young people working in education and non-education field at Junagadh were taken as samples. It consist 25 men and 25 women working in education field and 25 men and 25 women working in non-education field. Thus, overall 50 men and 50 women are taken as samples, t-test was applied to analyse the results and the results indicated that there is no significant difference between the mean of mental health of people working in education and non-education field. There is no significant difference between the mean of mental health of people working in education and non-education field in context of their sex discrimination. There is no significant difference between the mean of mental health of married and unmarried people.

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Mental Health, Working People.
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Geeta N. Lagadhir
Shree Bosamia College, Jetpur, Gujarat, India

Abstract


The present study was to do the comparative study of mental health of people carrying working people. For the present study, 100 young people working in education and non-education field at Junagadh were taken as samples. It consist 25 men and 25 women working in education field and 25 men and 25 women working in non-education field. Thus, overall 50 men and 50 women are taken as samples, t-test was applied to analyse the results and the results indicated that there is no significant difference between the mean of mental health of people working in education and non-education field. There is no significant difference between the mean of mental health of people working in education and non-education field in context of their sex discrimination. There is no significant difference between the mean of mental health of married and unmarried people.

Keywords


Mental Health, Working People.