Just wondering since I've never seen turbofan aircraft mentioned on SID or STAR charts, and many airliners are turbofan nowadays.
The term "turbojet" in this context is used a bit more loosely. The pilot-controller glossary document from the FAA defines it as follows:
TURBOJET AIRCRAFT− An aircraft having a jet engine in which the energy of the jet operates a turbine which in turn operates the air compressor.
You can see this is general enough to include turbofan aircraft as well. The main distinction is vs. a turboprop, where the turbine drives the propeller.