Life Of A Corporate Woman

by Genjourist Sarika Chawla

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In the normal course of life, a woman is always seen playing a vital role starting from the time when she is responsible for the upbringing of the children and managing all her household work, till today when she is not only supporting her family but is also holding a great sense of responsibility towards her job. By nature, she never wants to compromise on anything; neither her family nor her job, so it undoubtedly becomes important for her to maintain a work-life balance.

Corporate life has not only brought changes in the life of a woman but also brought changes in society and the nation, as a whole. If we dive deeply upon the positive and the negative aspects of a woman’s corporate life, we’ll undeniably find various impacts.

1. She has grown to be stronger, more powerful, independent, and self-confident ever since she has entered into the corporate world. She is capable of taking her own decisions regarding both, her personal and professional growth. Not only this, she is also contributing heavily towards the decisions taken in the family.

2. Corporate has provided her with a financial stability. From the time she has started earning, she knows where, when, and how she has to spend or invest.

3. Corporate life at one end has given her an exposure towards various activities but being associated with it, she has some added commitments, targets, & timelines which have increased her stress level and in turn, is leading her to lose her patience and the ill-effects are clearly visible on the family members.

4. Working for late hours to accomplish the commitments towards her job, she is unable to spend quality time with the children. Not only this, she is also not able to fulfil the expectations of the older generation. As a result, her interest of living in a joint family is hampered. She finds herself in a position to support herself financially and is frustrated enough to leave the family even for trivial issues. Due to her financial independence, she is not only fulfilling the needs of her children but also their demands in terms of brand consciousness.

Corporate life has promisingly showered her with personal, and financial growth but has taken her away from her family. Women are forgetting their moral values towards their family members. Basic moral values which we have inherited from our past parents are not to be forgotten, but we must, in turn, try to inculcate the same in the future generation. We must remain connected to our families, for, with their support, we may grow even faster in our professional life. Growth at both ends, in career and personal front, can lead us towards a blissful happily ever after.

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