Professional identity plays an important role in determining the efficiency and suitability of a resource in that particular field. It is vital in healthcare and education segments as they work based on quality metrics and do not encourage compromises at any instances. The concept of professional identity has developed new definitions from the stakeholders (students, peers, management, and parents) and has enforced unbearable pressure for the educators to cope with them. The identity of an educator is often defined with statements that associate to worker requirements, occupational demands, and worker characteristics. Very limited statements involve details of the person’s experience or occupation specific characteristic. Soon after the 21st century, the learning environment has forced teachers to formulate their identities to project themselves to the external environment. The tension of the educator increases with the roles and responsibilities. For example, the ability to organize an educational trip develops the identity. At the same time, the lack of knowledge shared to students during the educational trip can hamper the image instantly. This example shows that identity varies from one time to the other and it is highly difficult for the educator to maintain at all times.