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 A well trained workforce 
The Moroccan population is young and active. The 15-34 years will account for more than the half, one of the highest rates of the MEDA region. According to the International Labor Organization (ILO), it is expected to rise up at a rate of 2, 5% per year by 2010.
In the view of foreign investors installed in Morocco, the productivity of the Moroccan workforce is at a higher level in comparison with Europe.

Moroccans are known for their great language skills, 30% of more than ten years at least practice the French language in addition to Arabic, including the third practice a third language particularly Spanish or English.


Vocational training.
There are 210 vocational training institutions covering all regions of Morocco. They are 185,900 students whose 2 / 3 in public and 1 / 3 in private. They provide training related to the sector of services (ICT, management, health, etc...), Construction, public works and industry (textiles, automotive, industrial mechanics, electricity and electronics), or design and industrial design. These schools provide regular training but also training tailored to the demands of companies and new investors.

The state participates in the financing of training in Morocco and abroad by the Office for Vocational Training (OFPPT): it supports up to 70% of training costs, 80% of education fees and the development of the training plan of the company. The OFPPT also participates in the financing of travel abroad beneficiaries.


A competitive workforce
The legal working time in Morocco is much higher than in Western Europe: 44 hours per week (against less than 40 hours for most European countries and even 35 hours for France); 18 days of paid leave per year (against five weeks for a country like France).
"minimum wage" in force is 50 dirhams per day (almost 5 £) in the agricultural sectors and 9.66 dirhams (approximately 0.9 euro) / hour in industry, Trade and liberal professions.