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Who to talk to when thinking about leaving

Who should I talk to when thinking about leaving public?

I'm looking to leave this summer, and am not sure if having a conversation with my coach is a good idea or not. How would letting them know that I'm considering leaving do any good? A raise is not something that will keep me on. 

There are a few jobs that I will legitimately miss, not because of the work, but because of my co-workers. There really are great people working in auditing, and I'll miss working with them. But plenty of other companies have great people, but with work that I may enjoy more. 

Anyways, just figured I'd throw it out there. For all of you who left public, who did you talk to beforehand? Anyone? Did you wish you had some conversations before leaving?

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