International Journal of Education and Psychological Research
(Print and Online Peer Reviewed Journal)
Authors: Tanya Tandon
The current study investigates the relationship between Emotional Maturity and Life Satisfaction among Employees. Emotional Maturity is an aspect that is very close to the personality. Personality is what will shape the individual brought in daily life for themselves and their environment. A person can be said to have matured emotionally when they have been able to think objectively. Emotional maturity is an expression of emotion that is constructive and interactive. Individuals who have reached emotional maturity is characterized by the presence in the ability to control emotions, to think realistically, understand themselves and be able to show emotion when and where appropriate. Life Satisfaction is an assessment of the overall conditions of existence as derived from a comparison of oneâ€™s aspiration to oneâ€™s actual achievement. It is expected that there is a relationship between emotional maturity and life satisfaction among the employees. The test was administered on 60 employees working in Canara Bank , Chandigarh. The age range was kept 25 to 30 years. Purposive Random sampling was used. Intercorrelation between Emotional Maturity and Life Satisfaction among Employees was taken out. Pearsonâ€™s r was used to analyze the data. It was seen that the value of intercorrelation came out to be significant which means that there is a relationship between emotional maturity and the understanding and life satisfaction. In other words, the deeper the emotional maturity, the more will be the life satisfaction among employees.