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Mental health refers to a person's entire degree of personal efficiency, success, happiness, and functional excellence as determined by their actions, perceptions, and feelings. It is dependent on the creation and maintenance of objectives that are neither too high nor too low to allow realistic and effective preservation of one's conviction in one's own abilities. Marital adjustment is the state in which there is an overall sensation in one's self as a worthy, productive human being. Happy and satisfied husband and wife with their marriage and with each other. The purpose of this research is to determine the level of mental health and marital adjustment among working and non-working people. Women who are married. To learn more about the differences between working and non-working married women, go here. Mental health and marital adjustment are two topics that come up frequently. As a result, a total of 50 women were chosen (25 working and 25 not working). The present study used Pramod Kumar's Mental Health Inventory (6) and O.P. Mishra and S.K. Srivastava's Marital Adjustment Inventory (8) to assess mental health and marital adjustment. The findings revealed that both working and non-working women have higher levels of mental health and marital adjustment. Working and non-working married women had no significant differences in mental health or marital adjustment.