Throughout history “family” has undergone changes. Among the factors affecting these changes are the increasing participation of women in public areas and entering the world of employment. When women were employed and left homes it transformed the form of traditional family life and power structure between men and women in the family interactions was changed. In this paper the influence of women’s occupation on male-female relationships in the family interaction between the two groups of employed married women and unemployed married women are compared and evaluated. The method of This research is survey and questionnaires were completed by samples of over 384 persons (131 employed women and 253 unemployed women) .The method of sampling was the multi-staged cluster one and quota sampling in Eyvanekey city in Semnan. For testing the hypothesis Mann-Whitney test, Pearson correlation and a multivariate regression have been used. The results show that men’s and women’s access to an amount of a resource such as income and education can augment the authority of each of them in the family. The increase of the belief of gender oriented ideology in women leads in male authority increase in the family. Also women's participation in family finance will add to the authority of them in the family.