A study on the level of job satisfaction of librarians in selected private academic medical libraries in Metro Manila

March 2007
Journal of Philippine Librarianship;2007, Vol. 27 Issue 1/2, p248
Academic Journal
The article presents a study exploring the level of job satisfaction of librarians in private academic medical libraries in Metro Manila, Philippines. A survey was conducted with 25 respondents using descriptive survey questionnaires. The study indicates that majority of librarians within the field are in the 26-30 age groups and are female with 1-5 years of professional library experience. Furthermore, it reveals that academic medical institution librarians within the city are satisfied with their jobs and their working and social environment. Recommendations based on the study are included.


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