Report: More than half of workers in Morocco work without official contracts

A report published by the High Commission for Planning reveals that more than half of workers and employees in Morocco work without official contracts.

The report confirms that more than half of tenants, or 51.9%, do not have employment contracts governing their relations with their employers. Around 26.7% have permanent contracts, while 14.9% of workers have limited-term contracts and 6.5% have verbal contracts.

The High Commission for Planning revealed that the percentage of tenants without an employment contract reached 72.5% in rural areas and 44.4% in urban areas. This proportion is estimated at 36.2% among women compared to 55.9% among men. Young people aged 15 to 24 and people without a diploma remain the most likely to work without a contract.

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