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Proper Japanese Title: ビジネスジャンプ

Business Jump is fairly unique among Shueisha manga magazines as it did not properly spin-out of an existing one. As it was a seinen magazine, its material was published under the Young Jump brand but unlike Weekly Young Jump it was more specifically a magazine directed at the salaryman demographic. Interestingly, Salaryman Kintarō, one of the most successful seinen manga of all time ran in Young Jump, not Business Jump.

Business Jump ran at a monthly rate up until its cancellation in late 2011 when it was essentially merged with Super Jump to become Grand Jump, carrying over a few of its more successful serializations such as Amai Seikatsu.

Like most successful magazines, Business Jump had its own special issues at times, the most prominent being BJ Kon which ran for fifty-four issues.

Titles serialized in this magazine included:

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308 issues in this volume Add Issue Reverse sort

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