Moroccan grads find English vital to secure a job
- Created: Tuesday, 16 April 2013 08:14
Nick Cherkas writes
Graduate unemployment in Morocco is one of the biggest challenges facing the country. A staggering one in four of those unemployed has a degree, with the lack of English language skills identified as a clear factor in a country where, according to Euromonitor, nine out of ten job adverts require candidates to demonstrate an intermediate level of English. The report also highlights that only 7 per cent of employers provide English training for staff. So English proficiency is clearly vital for graduates entering work.