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Demographic Variables, Social Support And Coping Mechanisms Among Young Female Employees In Private Organizations

Demographic Variables, Social Support And Coping Mechanisms Among Young Female Employees In Private Organizations

 

Abstract: The study focused on demographics and coping styles among 237 (two hundred and thirty seven) young career women in both manufacturing and service organizations in Ibadan metropolis in Oyo State, Nigeria. The essence was to capture women who had not yet attained the mid-level career path and examine the relationship among demographics, social support and coping styles in a manner not previously studied in the competitive and challenging private sector. Data was collected with a structured questionnaire and results from a robust analysis of data denote among other findings that age of women and number of children are important in shaping young women’s social support experience and that significant difference exists between those in service and manufacturing organizations in the use of self restructuring, emotional, meaning and acceptance coping styles. These findings will assist in providing insight into the development of intervention strategies to enhance the coping skills of young career women and also bridge the gap between previous studies on demographics, social support and coping in stressful work environments.

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