Rabat - Mohamed Ben Abdelkader, who is delegated minister in charge of administrative reforms, has revealed shocking numbers regarding Moroccan job market.
Rabat – Mohamed Ben Abdelkader, who is delegated minister in charge of administrative reforms, has revealed shocking numbers regarding Moroccan job market.
Abdelkader has reportedly revealed that 60% of current professions will wither in coming years, throwing the country in acute challenges of increasing unemployment rate.
Among the many professions set to leave the floor to new professions, the minister emphasized that professions like “translator” or “paralegal” (legal assistant) will be obsolete in the near future, Al Massae reports.
The minister also said that due to digitalization and huge technological advances in many sectors, jobs demanding physical force will be superseded by new professions, especially ones requiring soft skills.
Ben Abdelkader explained the efforts that his department has been making to reform public administration and ensure equal treatment as well as better working conditions, underlining that the government is committed to reforming administration and improving working conditions as it is convinced that productive work cannot be separated from workers’ satisfaction.