Rabat - The International Monetary Fund (IMF), headquartered in Washington, D.C., has raised alarm bells over the swift upsurge in Morocco’s unemployment rate, at a time when Moroccan nationals voiced hope that October 7 ballots would bring about a beam of light.

2017 Unemployment Rate at 10.2% in Morocco, Up 4.2% From 2016 Fiscal Year: HCP
Safa Othmani is a Tunisian academic and university teacher.