Lagos, Nigeria (PRWEB) January 23, 2013
Jobberman.com, the number one jobs website in Nigeria has been pulling the utmost weight in the jobs industry in west Africa and has for the number of years since its inception been known for easing job search and access to job market information, opening the door to job opportunities.
The jobs website has therefore in its pursuit for excellence signed on the Nollywood actress, Funke Akindele using the Jenifa character as the face of the brand for one year. This is to reach the large young population in Nigeria and West Africa at large, reaching out to a new set of people who are not aware of the usefulness and aptness of its services on the access to job opportunities they can enjoy.
Funke Akindele,the AMAA Best Actress 2009, who is also known as Jenifa affirms the fact that being a youth ambassador, the jenifa brand shares the vision of Jobberman as it is about youth empowerment and talent development. The two brands have therefore teamed up to achieve their set goal on talent related opportunities and employment.
Recently, listed amongst the top 50 Job websites in the world by Designore, a design development firm in the USA; Jobberman has firmly placed its feet on the international jobs industry tackling the economic problem of unemployment. Named as West Africa's most popular jobs board and ranked as the #8 in the Top 20 tech start ups in Africa, by Forbes; Jobberman has clearly mapped out a significant path in Africa.
Jobberman advertises job vacancies for free and provides active jobseekers with the best opportunities to get jobs in Nigeria. Over 13,000 positions have been filled for companies via the Jobberman platform.
Jobberman.com was founded in August 2009 and has since its inception made waves in the industry, having processed over 2 million applications with over 600,000 users and 4000 companies (ranging from start-ups to fully established companies in Nigeria) on its platform.
The company has its headquarters situated in Lekki, Lagos and also has branches in several states of the country, alongside its outlet in Ghana.