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Librarians Say the MLS Matters; Cost a Key Issue

Another article highlighted by Library Journal's Academic Newswire shows that a "recent job satisfaction survey suggested there was one overarching reason why the MLS was important to them: advancement. But, while you can’t afford not to have the degree if you expect to advance professionally, paying for the degree is another matter.  For more on this click here.  Remember that Library Journal  can be veiwed via the Professional Collection, MasterFILE Premier, and Academic Search Premier- all part of ELM!

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