Public to Private; Back to Public; Back to Private?

Here's a pinball from the mailbag:

I've been in tax for the past 10 years and have been considering going back into private.  I was in public for 4 years at a National firm as an experienced Senior, jumped into private for 4 years and was a manager at a mid-sized international company, then went back into public at a tiny firm for the past 2 as a senior manager.  I want to know what my exit options are.  Am I doomed to stay in public forever now, or can I get a cushy SM position in private at a mid-sized company?  Client work during my second stint in public have been large-to-mid size clients, and have worked on some sizable projects.   Any thoughts from my GC peeps?

– Boomerang CPA

 

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