It's the American dream to cut out the nefarious "middleman", but the only people who've managed to pull it off are heroes of capitalism like Crazy Eddie and Neno Brown. And now, you, with NotchUp.
Just launched, Notch is a job site that shares with the interviewee a cut of the cash normally earmarked for recruiters -- allowing you to get paid simply for digging up your lone suit and lying about your biggest weaknesses. Just create a profile -- basically, your resume -- then use Notch's calculator to figure your per-interview worth (which you can raise or lower, depending on your blind overconfidence/lingering esteem issues from being grade school's Wedgie Enemy No. 1). To prevent premature termination from your current gig, only your qualifications are posted, not your contact info, which along with payment is routed through the site -- though it's on you to keep coming up with new reasons why it takes three hours to pick up your daily Venti Mochaccino.
To guard against America's entire workforce becoming professional interviewees, Notch has a feedback system in place, where employers can rate candidates on profile accuracy and earnestness of intentions -- so don't play around, because everybody knows what happens to a Pookie.