Occupational Pressure is a rising epidemic with detrimental effects on health. More than two-thirds of people worldwide are suffering from work related stress. The existing weak theoretical construct of stress compounded by the absence of reliable, valid and standardized instruments is a major factors hindering- i) the research into occupational pressure, and ii) the ability to generate practical help to individual and their organizations. Some studies failed to measure work stress because they focus too narrowly on psychological health, anxiety or job satisfaction, without covering the variables of the stress process. The Pressure Management Inventory (PMI) is a tool with multivariate items to measure the current workplace stress. Participation of women in the workforce has risen sharply in the last three decades, requiring more studies in this area. This study is on validation of the PMI on a cohort of women professionals.