Career networking sites tend to operate on the assumption you'll one day be able to cash in chips for favors you've done, but who the hell's going to bother taking your call after they're promoted to Vice President of Mall Operations? Turning your career help into cold hard cash, WiseStep
From a posse of tech nerds in bustling Mauritius, WS's a brand spankin' professional social network a la LinkedIn that not only helps you connect with current & potential biz contacts, but incentivizes you to do so by rewarding engaged users with coin, which should come in handy after you get fired for constant social networking. Users' activity levels're measured in "points", which start rolling in when they fill out a profile (education level, employment history, etc), and keep coming with actions ranging from connecting with other users to inviting friends to join, all of which determines their membership status as either Silver, Gold, or Platinum (though considering Creed sold 11 million albums, the latter shouldn't get you too psyched). Members can then dip into WS's job board -- listing everything from software engineers to chemists -- for themselves or to refer others (which also scores you points); if a reference results in a hire, you'll get paid out (thanks to recruiting bounties WiseStep collects) based on your membership level and their new position, though if they can't pull off every position why'd they become a prostitute in the first place
Down the road they're even planning to organize in-person networking events for the most active members, a bold assumption you want to hang out with a bunch of people who won't stop referencing the favors they're owed by contacts who have get you past the line at Panda Express.