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Salaire moyen au Maroc : le secteur public paie mieux que le privé

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Un récent rapport sur le marché de l’emploi marocain pointe les disparités de salaire entre les entreprises publiques et celles du secteur privé.

Les salaires marocains ont progressés d’1,6 % en 2017, d’après les derniers chiffres sur l’emploi publiés dans le rapport d’activité 2017 de la Bank Al Maghrib, la banque centrale du pays. Au royaume chérifien, le salaire brut moyen pour l’ensemble des salariés du secteur formel est désormais de 5 129 dirhams par mois (environ 466 euros). Mais de grandes disparités demeurent entre les travailleurs du secteur privé et ceux du public.

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Salaires minimums

Au minimum, les professions libérales et les salariés d’entreprises privées de l’industrie et du commerce peuvent espérer toucher 2 799 dirhams par mois (254 euros). Dans l’agriculture, ce salaire plafonne à seulement 1 813 dirhams par mois (164 euros).

Les collaborateurs d’entreprises publiques sont assurés de toucher un salaire minimum mensuel net de 3 000 dirhams par mois (environ 272 euros).

De leur côté, les collaborateurs d’entreprises publiques sont assurés de toucher un salaire minimum mensuel net de 3 000 dirhams par mois (environ 272 euros). Mieux, le salaire moyen brut dans le secteur public est de 9 338 dirhams et connaît une hausse annuelle de 4,5 % depuis 2000. De quoi pousser les marocains à vouloir intégrer des sociétés publiques telles qu’OCP, l’Onee ou l’ONCF.

Sous-emploi et précarité

Si les chercheurs d’emploi marocains se tournent vers le public, c’est aussi parce que le secteur garantit d’autres avantages comme la couverture santé et un système de cotisations pour la retraite. Ces points sont loin d’être négligeables puisque selon les chiffres de l’étude, 77,5 % de la population active en emploi ne bénéficie d’aucune couverture santé et 79 % n’est affilié à aucun système de retraite. Parallèlement, 67,7 % des actifs occupés marocains considèrent être en sous-emploi, c’est-à-dire qu’ils estiment être surqualifiés ou sous-payé pour le poste qu’ils occupent.

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WWF is an independent conservation organization active in nearly 100 countries, working to sustain the natural world for the benefit of people and nature.  

  

We are part of a growing coalition calling on world leaders to set nature on the path to recovery by 2030. Working with many others – from individuals and communities to business and government – WWF urgently seeks to protect and restore natural habitats, stop the mass extinction of wildlife, and make the way we produce and consume sustainable. 

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  • Is a high profile convenor, with an extensive and impactful network; 
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This is a demanding and non-remunerated role; expected time commitment of up to 30%.

Egon Zehnder has been retained as our exclusive partner in this search. Please register your interest at WWFInternationalChair2022@EgonZehnder.com

 

The submission deadline is 31 August 2022.

 

 

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WWF is an independent conservation organization active in nearly 100 countries, working to sustain the natural world for the benefit of people and nature.  

  

We are part of a growing coalition calling on world leaders to set nature on the path to recovery by 2030. Working with many others – from individuals and communities to business and government – WWF urgently seeks to protect and restore natural habitats, stop the mass extinction of wildlife, and make the way we produce and consume sustainable. 

WWF seeks a new Director General to succeed the retiring incumbent. The Director General leads the WWF organization globally and is accountable for ensuring that the WWF Network is aligned on the delivery of global organizational goals to support our mission and achieve tangible conservation impact. 

 

This is a demanding and high-profile role. The ideal candidate: 

 

  • Is an inspiring and influential leader with a significant track record of leading complex global organizations;
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Egon Zehnder has been retained as our exclusive partner in this search. Please register your interest at WWFInternationalDG2022@EgonZehnder.com

 

The submission deadline is 31 July 2022.

 

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Africa CDC Saving Lives anLivelihoods Initiative Recruitment VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT 92 POSITIONS LOCATED IN ADDIS ABABA, ETHIOPIA; LIBREVILLE, GABON; NAIROBI, KENYA; ABUJA, NIGERIA; LUSAKA, ZAMBIA. The Africa CDC is Africa’s first continent-wide public health entity and envisions a safer, healthier, integrated, and stronger Africa, where the Member States are capable of effectively responding to outbreaks of infectious diseases and other public health threats. Administratively, Africa CDC is designed to operate a decentralized model that allows it to work with National Public Health Institutes (NPHIs) of AU Member States, through five Regional Collaborating Centers located in Egypt, Gabon, Kenya, Nigeria, and Zambia, for the Northern Africa, Central Africa, Eastern Africa, Western Africa, and Southern Africa regions respectively. In partnership with the MasterCard Foundation, Africa CDC will implement the Saving Lives and Livelihoods Initiative (SLL), which aims to strengthen Africa’s public health institutional capabilities to detect and respond quickly and effectively to disease outbreaks and other health burdens through an integrated network of continent-wide preparedness and response, surveillance, laboratory and research programs. Working collaboratively with the African Field Epidemiology Network (AFENET), Africa CDC is inviting applicants who are citizens of African Union member states for fixed-term posts for 92 positions to staff the SLL Initiative, based at Africa CDC’s Headquarters and in the Regional Collaborating Centres (RCCs). This recruitment effort is being led exclusively by Oxford HR. To find out more about the job specifications and the location of the roles, please visit Oxford HR’s website at http://afenet.oxfordhr.co.uk   AFRICA CDC  
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