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As for in-house or industry, my sense is that the partner title, especially from a well-known firm, can, in some instances, make your application stick out. I know a few folks in my field who leapt over to an industry-equivalent job as 7-8th years and landed Director-level jobs. Meanwhile, all of the NSP partners I've known, both at K&E and elsewhere, were all able to get VP or Sr Director roles. It's an incredibly small sample size, but it's something I've noticed in my niche.
All of this being said, if you're burnt out, you're burnt out. You've put in 4-5 years at K&E, and you'll have good exit options. Just try the market and see what you can land. You can always decide you're not satisfied with any offers and stick it out longer.
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