Within the context of occupational stress, teacher stress has undoubtedly become an area of major interest to researchers throughout the world. In this era, when this problem has been recognized all over the world, it is the need of the time to identify dimensions of this problem in other parts of the world. The present research is an attempt to explore the phenomenon of teacher stress and its effects on job performance and self efficacy. The findings of this research help to extend our knowledge from west to the other countries i.e., Pakistan by shedding light on sources, manifestations, and outcomes of stress among women teachers who are relatively facing more problems at workplaces. The identification of stress in teachers may help researchers to develop some global intervention program to improve the mental health of teachers and as a consequence, job performance. The findings of this research may contribute significantly in helping to improve the role of socialization in the construction of our beliefs about our jobs and ourselves. The implications of research are many and varied, and are useful for Researchers, Educationist, Mental health Professionals, and Policy makers.