The Facility Household Jobs and Quality Of Life in Women Heads of Household

Mohammad Zakeri

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Home businesses as the way appropriate for women's individual and social life, which can be used to promote economic and social status of them. So most home business believes that working at home can improve their quality of life. The aim of this study was to evaluate relationship between home businesses payment component with improving the quality of life of women heads of families is supported by Imam Khomeini Relief Committee. This cross-sectional study based on practical purpose and according to the research method is descriptive – survey.  For Collection of data used a questionnaire based on Hagerti et al. The statistical population is all women heads of household receiving home businesses facilities in Iran. The sample size method is census method. In the analysis of data and in the inferential statistics, Pearson correlation coefficient used. The results showed there is significant positive relationships between Payment facilities of home businesses with improved emotional Welfare, improve physical welfare, health improvement work, and improving personal security and improved feel part of the community.

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