First of all, let me just tell you guys that I'm a university graduate, majoring in English studies here in Morocco "my home". But unfortunately, English in Morocco is not as popular as French, which is the second language around here...
The love of this language was a driving motive for me to persue my studies and get my BA in English... And so, after graduation comes the harsh reality, that is to say that I needed to get a decent job using this language that I mastered, which is kind of impossible, believe me !!
In Morocco, a language can be only used either for the education system or call centres, and I want to give the example of English. Let's just begin with the education system in Morocco: to be eligible to work as a teacher you will need to pass a very long exam as a start, and there's no way that you can be successful in doing that, simply because you will have to either bribe or use someone you know in the education system to help you along the whole process... So at the end, if you don't have one of those options, rest assured you will not be even passing the written exam. On the other hand, there is the Private school system, which is a bit easier to deal with compared to the public one. The only problem concerning this sector is the monthly wage, that is awful, it will be only spent as a means of transportation from where you live all the way to the school you're teaching in. To sum up the schooling system here in Morocco, I can only say that it "SUCKS".
As concerning the call centers, the problem is in the language itself, so for example if you master French you can easily integrate a call center with a respectful salary, along with a good work atmosphere. English call centers on the other hand, are very rare to the extent of that I can say that there's only one that I used to work with, but at the end, the operation changed the offshore center and decided to outsource its office to other countries.
But I got to say that the number of English speakers in Morocco is increasing day after another, so hopefully the bridge between the English speaking countries and Morocco will be built so that young people and passionate folks like me, will have the opportunity to use it as a way to make a living.