The role of working women has changed throughout the world due to economic conditions and social demands. This has resulted in a scenario in which working women have extended family and are thus, under greater pressure to develop a career as robust as their male counterparts while sustaining active engagement in personal life. The ever-increasing work pressure is taking a toll on the working women leaving them with less time for themselves. The increasing responsibilities on the personal front with the technological blessings like advanced mobile phones, notepads, etc. that keeps work life integrated with personal life also creates stress on personal and professional fronts in this knowledge age. This affects the person's physical, emotional and social well-being. Thus, achieving work life balance is a necessity for working women to have a good quality of life. This paper is an attempt to explore the tough challenges faced by working women in maintaining a balance between their personal and professional life. The various factors affecting the work-life balance of married working women have been examined in this study. The tool used for the study is the manual on work-life balance of the industrial Society (now the Work Foundation) by Daniels and that work is the cause of health problems, specifically stress Mc Carraher. Data were subjected to descriptive statistics and it was found that the problems faced by the working women of productivity and effectiveness of workers. This paper focuses thiruchengode in terms of work-life balance are quite high. The results also indicate that the work-life balance of individuals affect their quality of life.