Research indicated to find gender difference and correlation on values and satisfaction with life among males and females working in areas which have, so far been dominated by males. A purposive sample of 130 employees (65 males & 65 females, with age ranging from 20 to 40 years, with minimum education S.S.C.) was selected from manufacturing units, State Transport Buses, petrol pumps, Pune, Maharashtra, India. They responded to Comprehensive Value Scale by Agarwal (2013) and Satisfaction with Life Scale by Diener & Pavot (2006).
It was concluded that females scored higher on satisfaction with life than males (‘t’=3.42) at 0.01 level; males scored higher on masculinity-feminity as a dimension of value than females (‘t’=2.27) at 0.05 level. No significant gender difference was found on refinement (‘t’=0.10), power (‘t’=0.27), conscience (‘t’=0.35), stability (‘t’=0.08), ideology as a dimension of value (‘t’=1.78). No significant correlation was found between values and satisfaction with life (r = 0.009).