Moroccan women still suffer from difficulty entering the labor market, even though those interested in political and legal affairs in the Kingdom have repeatedly called on the government to achieve the principle of equality in Moroccan enterprises.
According to a recent opinion poll prepared by the Afrobarometer network, a large number of Moroccans believe that men should have priority over women in the labor market.
While 36 percent of Moroccan citizens demand equality in employment between the sexes, according to the same poll data.
The same poll also confirmed that 53 percent of Moroccan women want to establish equality in employment.
Employment equality was supported by about half of Moroccans with an educational level above the baccalaureate, compared to the support of only 27 percent for those with an educational qualification less than secondary school.