In this study, we surveyed 63 workers from October 10, 2016 to October 28, 2016, and analyzed the effect of education and training on job stress. Using IBM SPSS Statistics 20, factor analysis 32 items were used to derive 4 factors and the significance was verified as p = .000. First, The effects of workplace's OJT education on job training and job stress were found to have a significant effect on job stress relief. Second, the correlation between job stress and job stress showed that OJT education (p <.01, β = .526) and Off-JT education (p <.01, β = .508) were highly correlated with work stress. Third, the difference between work stresses according to career did not have statistically significant effect. More than 10 years of experience, less than 3 to 6 years were more sensitive to work stress. In this study, it is important to verify the effect of education and training on job stress.