The task of searching and applying for a new job is stressful enough without adding the complication of trawling endless websites and job boards.
So when Marcos Lujan and his two business partners began building Jobmanji at the end of 2012, their goal was to create a job site that was easy to use, offered a high-quality user experience compared with the biggest job sites on the market and was a one-stop spot for job listings.
Jobmanji is like Google for job postings. The site aggregates information from job boards, recruitment agencies and companies, saving job hunters from having to scour multiple sites to find positions worth applying for.
Here, Marcos shares about the history of the site as well as offers his thoughts on best practices for both job seekers and employees when it comes to using sites like Jobmanji.