Librarians across the country share experiences unique to their profession. Public librarians have an additional perspective on the degree called Information and Library Science. While I was attracted to the career as a way of putting my extreme organizational skills into practice, the science is really more aptly replace with sociology. Public service has the dichotomy of being rewarding and exhausting. Working with the public, with public funds, and with the safety net of grants and foundations, public librarians are providing a very valuable service which, if commodified, would cost a great deal more than nothing.