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This article reports research findings about the job satisfaction and significance level of journalists in Sindh province, Pakistan. The empirical data collected by conducting a cross sectional survey of 576 working journalists mentions that the Sindh journalist is typically male, Muslim and academically university graduate. However, despite being financially exploited and underpaid, the Sindh journalist is professionally satisfied, and considers his profession important. Moreover, the job satisfaction level of the Sindh journalists has been compared with the journalists of other various countries; and the job importance level has been assessed in the context of various professional variables.