We are living in the era of growing complexities and pressure where human constitutions and capacities are being taxed severely. The stress relating with occupation or profession is called occupational stress. We can broadly classify all the sources of occupation stress into two broad categories i.e. individual characteristics and work setting variables. Different people perceive occupational stress differently because of their personality type. Now days when India is on the verge of becoming a developed nation, we can not ignore the role of women. In India women?s heavier responsibilities for families also affect them at working place. Moreover, there are few personal variables like type of personality, marital status, and family type also influence their level of occupational stress. The present investigation has been undertaken to provide the empirical answers of the following questions: What is the effect of personal variable on the level of occupational stress of working women? What is the difference in the level of occupational stress of working women of different profession in relation to age, marital status and family type etc?