Multiple Role Conflict in The Working Life of Career Women
Women's participation in the workforce as career women is on the rise, indicating that we live in an era where technology is advancing exponentially. Women who choose to work in the government or private sector will certainly experience changes in family life, the environment, and themselves, so they face multiple roles that must be met. This study aims to determine the triggering factors for considerable role conflict faced by a career woman and to find out how career women deal with multiple role conflicts in their personal and work lives. This study uses a qualitative approach. While the method used is descriptive analysis. This technique is carried out by collecting literature from various information from books and journals relevant to discussing the multiple roles of career women. The results obtained from this study showed that career women have multiple role conflicts originating from Work-Family Conflict (WFC) and Family-Work Conflict (FWC). In dealing with these conflicts, career women must be able to have a Work-Life Balance
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