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  • ChelsG

    A little late here but it's definitely a good idea to put your current employer and/or peers on your resume and as references. Just be honest to your boss ahead of time and say that you are not necessarily eager to leave but that you are exploring other options. This is pretty much what I told my current employer when I was looking for another job, and the end result was me getting a raise and staying with my current employer for the time being.