The purpose of this study is to examine the relationship between the role factors of local children's center life workers and turnover intentions, and propose a rational role in the work of life workers to suggest an intervention plan that can lower turnover intention. For analysis, data were collected and 221 cases were analyzed using dmfh google docs for life-service workers working at local children's centers.
The analysis results are as follows. First, among the sub-variables of the role factors, role conflict was found to increase the turnover intention of life workers, and second, role overload increased the turnover intention of life workers. Based on these research results, policy and practical implications were proposed.