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Job Satisfaction among Library and Information Science Professionals in India: A Case Study

Pandita, Ramesh;
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  • Published: 01 Mar 2017 Journal: Journal of Information Science Theory and Practice (issn: 2287-9099, eissn: 2287-4577, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Korea Institute of Science and Technology Information
Purpose: This study aims to assess the level of job satisfaction among the practicing Library and Information Science (LIS) professionals in India. Some of the key variables studied include salary, work environment, professional position, working hours, location, employee participation in administrative matters, recognition, and advancement. Scope: The study is limited to LIS professionals in India; however, the results of the study show some degree of commonality among LIS professionals across the world. Methodology/Approach: The study has been purely undertaken by analyzing the primary data collected from practicing library and information professionals across...
free text keywords: India, LIS profession, Job Satisfaction, Job Security, Human Resource Development, Bibliography. Library science. Information resources, Z
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