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mghrist1012ytell them that you regret to inform them that you will be leaving, and that you enjoyed working for them.
Immediately hand in a two weeks notice and recite the following:
Interestingly enough, most of my guys in Japan are more the rakugo type. Artsy fuckers.
Tell them peace out bitchez.
"Thank you for the opportunity and time I had here. I will be glad to train my replacement before I leave, in the remaining time that I have."
Keep it classy.
That way you get to claim "training and management experience" on your linkedin profile.
Always argue for a raise or role promotion before leaving. Immediate boost to salary negotiations when changing jobs. Has the bonus of creating an industry trend where bosses are terrified of being asked for raises/promotions, and may get into the habit of offering them at appropriate times like they should already be doing.