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Background: Organizational commitment and job satisfaction are very significant for ensuring sustained productivity from the employee of an organization. Aim of the study: the study was aimed to investigate the relationship between the organizational commitment and the staff nurses’ job satisfaction. Setting: The study was conducted at Beni– Suef University Hospital. Research design: a descriptive correlational design. Subjects: 220 staff nurses. Tools: the data were collected using two self – administered named organizational commitment questionnaire, and job satisfaction questionnaire. Results: there was a positive correlation between organizational commitment and job satisfaction among studied staff nurses. 48% of studied staff nurses had high organizational commitment. Also 69% of studied staff nurses had high job satisfaction level. Conclusion: The study finding indicated that there was a strongly statistically significant, positive correlation between total organizational commitment and total job satisfaction. Also there were no statistically significant relations between total organizational commitment and total job satisfaction and Personal characteristics. Recommendations: The study findings recommended that, develop strategies for improving nurses working conditions.