The aim of this study is to investigate the relationship between job satisfaction and subjective well-being among midwifes working in hospitals. The specific objectives are: to examine level of job satisfaction and extrinsic and intrinsic job satisfaction characteristics among midwifes, to examine level of subjective well-being and extrinsic and intrinsic subjective well-being characteristics among midwifes, to examine association between midwifes' job satisfaction and their subjective well-being, to compare the midwifes' job satisfaction in different European and Asian countries, to compare the midwifes' subjective well-being in different European and Asian countries, to translate, test and validate the research instruments. The study will follow quantitative research design and will be descriptive, cross-sectional. The research sample will consist of midwives working in hospitals in selected regions of Belgium, Czech Republic, Slovak Republic, Italy, South Korea, and Singapore. It will involve a minimum of 155 respondents from each country. For the purpose of this study, three questionnaires will be used: Personal wellbeing index - Adult (PWI-A), McCloskey/Mueller Satisfaction Scale (MMSS), Subjective emotional habitual wellbeing scale (SEHP).