The present study examines self concept and state trait anxiety of pregnant jobholders and homemakers, 120 samples attending OPD and maternity clinics at Bijapur and Dharwad district of North Karnataka are selected, among them 60 are pregnant jobholders and 60 are pregnant homemakers. Self-concept scale developed by Mukta Rani Rastogi (1979) and State Trait Anxiety Test scale developed by Sanjay Vohra (1992) are used for data collection. The data is computed using Mean, SD, ‘t’-test and Karl Pearson’s coefficient of correlation. The results revealed that pregnant job holders have high level of self-concept compared to pregnant homemakers which is significant at 0.01 level. Whereas, there is no significant difference found in the level of state trait anxiety between pregnant jobholders & homemakers. There is no significant correlation between Self concept and anxiety of pregnant jobholders and homemakers.