Job Satisfaction of Librarians: Forgotten Concept in libraries Management especially academic libraries (Review of the relevant literature)



Objective: This article examines the concept of job satisfaction, its importance, need theories, factors affecting job satisfaction and its consequences.
Methodology: This research uses literature survey method as well as information provided via resources in prominent libraries, databases and websites related to job satisfaction subject.
Findings: Library is one of the most important organizations in the society that reflects social, economic, scientific, and cultural transformations. To achieve their educational and research objectives, academic libraries have to employ committed, specialized and experienced manpower serving the users. Recognition of working librarians’ requirements and effort to meet job satisfaction affects library quality of service.