Morocco struggles with unemployment

Like many parts of the Middle East and North Africa, Morocco suffers from a problem with joblessness among its young people and more than a quarter of graduates are unemployed.

While many blame the government, employers point the finger at the country's school system which it says leaves many young people unemployable.

So can efforts to improve links between business and education improve prospects for jobs and the economy?

Simon Atkinson reports.

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