This research according to its purpose is an applied and in terms of the method of execution is causal-comparative. The statistical population consists of all working women and housewives in Pishva which by using the available sampling method 120 people (60 couples) were selected as sampling. 30 couples with housewives and 30 couples with working wife were chosen. For data collection, the Enrich marital satisfaction questionnaire and Oxford happiness questionnaire was used. To analyze the data was used independent t-test and multivariate analysis of variance in Spss17 software. The results showed that the marital satisfaction and its components, including the marital satisfaction, personality issues, conflict resolution, family and friends, egalitarian roles and relationships are significantly higher among working women than the housewives. But the components of financial management, idealistic distortion, leisure activities, sexual relationship, children and parenting and religious orientation, there is no significant difference between the two groups. Happiness among working women is significantly higher than the housewives. The results showed that the marital satisfaction and its components, including personality issues, conflict resolution, sexual relationship, children and parenting, religious orientation and relationship in the spouses of working women is significantly higher than the spouses of housewives. But in components idealistic distortion, the marital satisfaction, financial management, leisure activities, family and friends and egalitarian roles there is no significant difference between the two groups. The results showed does not exist a significant difference in the happiness of spouses of working women and happiness of spouses of housewives.