Jobmanji understand that the employment market is changing. As new generations enter the workplace expectations change and businesses change. Our services reflect the new workplace and support new generations to be successful in increasingly competitive employment markets.

Today the workplace contains three unique generations, The Baby Boomers (born between 1946 and the mid-1960s) Generation X (aged late 30s - early 40s) and the new Generation Y, or Millennial, aged between 20 and early 30s. It is this latter generation who is bringing new expectations to the workplace.

A recent study in America indicated that Generation Y will soon represent 40% of the workforce. So what are the characteristics of Generation Y and why is it increasingly important for employers to take notice?

Tech Savvy – the new generation entered a world of technology where the internet and increasingly sophisticated devices gave constant access to the wider world. As a result Generation Y are attracted to companies where new technologies are used and who embrace new means of communication such as instant messenger and video conferencing to allow for more flexible working. Jobmanji highlight where companies listed have forward thinking technology strategies or interesting ways to work flexibly.

Family Orientated - Instead of working long hours and working their way up the career ladder the millennial generation prefer flexible working schedules with a more rounded work/life integration, even if this means taking a slight lower salary or progressing at a slower pace. Jobmanji allow visitors to search by companies who offer flexitime.

Ambitious – Generation Y have very little understanding of the limits of their capabilities. Fiercely ambitions this generation strive to work for themselves, or where they do work in an organisation they want a mentor or coach, not your typically authoritative boss. Jobmanji offers job vacancies but also franchise and self-employed opportunities.

Honest Communicators – Jobmanji offer support to business owners on how to deal with Generation Y. Millennials expect transparency and open communication, even with the most senior members of the organisation. The traditionally hierarchy within organisations and only speak when spoken to mantra have been superseded by honest communication and respect for team members at all levels.


In December 2009 Jacob Johnson was working in the recruitment industry and job board market when he realised that there was a better way to help users search for jobs. He decided to move to Gibraltar and work alongside his colleague Guy Baldwin from the UK to create the best possible jobs website.

The new company attracted investors and at the end of 2012 Jobmanji was launched. We have developed a sophisticated network that includes recruiters and multiple job boards and we post classified ads as well as job information from many other sources on a daily basis.


Jobmanji have made it simple for companies and recruitment agencies to post jobs. There are two methods to post a job – manually via our simple form, or via an XML. By using our specification you can create a simple feed that we run, which will import all of your jobs in seconds. Our developers work in partnership with recruiters to ensure that all jobs are posted correctly and are easy for jobseekers to find.

With a fast robust architecture we are able to make searching for jobs easy. We believe a user should not have to wait a long time or experience a site that is slow. It is more useful to jobseekers to spend that time looking at our advice and tips section to help them along the way.

Privacy is a central concern and all website users can be confident that their information and their use of the Jobmanji website is respected and protected. We also pay attention to feedback from users and if any issue arises we will be the first to listen and put it right.

We want to ensure that website users have access to the simplest route to finding work. For this reason we minimise the number of sites to click through in order to apply for jobs. If we spot a site that redirects users to multiple external sites we remove it immediately from our index.