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In 'The Inequality Equalizer', executive search expert and former executive Jena Abernathy shares real-world success strategies for young and mid-career professionals in a no-nonsense guide that will help street-smart "junkyard dogs" become poised "pedigrees," strategize their careers, and gain the confidence, skills, and know-how they need to get results, make winning impressions, and build long-lasting success on their way to the C-suite.

"Get ready for some tough love. In 'The Inequality Equalizer', Jena Abernathy brings to the page the no-holds-barred mentoring that she's delivered to young professionals whose careers she rescued and got on track. This is a must-read for every young professional-as well as those in need of a restart or reinvention."
-Patricia Crisafulli, author, the New York Times bestseller The House of Dimon: How JPMorgan's Jamie Dimon Rose to the Top of the Financial World

"The best career advice ever to be put in writing! 'The Inequality Equalizer' is a must-read for anyone who wants to succeed in today's dog-eat-dog business world!"
--Ron Lambert, founder of YUKON and author, Is That Your Hand in My Pocket?

Inspiring, down to earth, and straight talking, 'The Inequality Equalizer' is the mentoring guide that most of us will wish we had read a long time ago, much earlier in our careers.

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