Finding a job was easy back in the good ol' days -- especially if you were seven years old, and didn't even want to work -- but these modern times require a slightly more powerful driving force than Hobbesian law, so there's WorkFu.
Imposing some order on the free-for-all that is the "roughly 400 jobs posted on Twitter every minute", WF's a web app that'll meticulously peruse them, sort them by relevance, and allow users to "apply with one click", sure to be scoffed at by the !Kung Bushmen, who would argue you need at least five or six to really get a feel for an applicant.
To get started, hand over your Twitter info and they'll scan your profile for networks, connections, links, and the like before presenting you with a collection of keywords ("Finance", "Technology", etc.), you can use to whittle down your search, which, considering you're whittling, should definitely include woodworking!
Once your criteria's set, it'll rank the listings based both on how well they match with your interests, and your degree of connectedness to the poster, all compiled into a "FuScore", which you haven't done since being the first at Sam Goody to pick up Shaq's 1994 Genesis blockbuster.
While they're focusing solely on Twitter for the launch, they're looking into expanding to other social networks down the line, which, unlike in the Old Days, hopefully isn't just forty other soot-covered seven-year-old factory workers.