There are a number of new job "matching" systems entering the online job search fray. Itzbig is coming out soon but another one is QuietAgent.com
They want already employed candidates to sign up who might be looking for "a better opportunity". Job seekers remain anonymous and only release their personal contact info if they accept an invitation from an employer who has already pre-qualified them.
Employers register, search, rank, and invite pre-qualified career seekers.
They only pay $20 per accepted invite (jobseekers can decline and invite, or block the employer from ever sourcing them.)
According to one of their founders..."We feel it's the future of recruitment---no job postings, no referral of a friend of a friend--just confidential contact by 2 parties mutually interested in meeting."My own job boards already have an anonymous pay-per-resume system so its no surprise that a system like QuietAgent has launched. It makes sense because it protects the privacy of the job seeker and puts the control in their hands. Call it an evolution of the online job search experience.