Career Suicide

Career Suicide

Any action that will limit or eliminate an employee's ability to find jobs in his/her own field. For example, a graphic designer who performs unusable work and persistently sues employers when he is laid off may find it nearly impossible to find a graphic design job.
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And in an environment that was at best tolerant of others' sexual orientation, the move to write a tell-all book could prove to be a career suicide.
The BHA run a very effective anti-doping programme, there's a very good chance of being caught - it's career suicide.
How young scientists are to navigate all this is beyond me, and it often becomes a battle of scientific integrity versus career suicide.
Microwaving any form of tinned fish is career suicide and should never be contemplated.
IN the name of the career suicide, Tom Hiddleston, no more.
Surviving this group attempt at career suicide, Margot Robbie gives a savagely sexy performance as Harley Quinn, a punk haired, bubblegum popping and baseball bat wielding lunatic.
Both Arrue and Melendez said that in Peru it's dangerous for same-sex couples to show affection in public, and being openly gay is career suicide.
The radical AG, who has likely committed career suicide with his scheming, was hoping the extremist AG coalition led by Al Gore and Schneiderman could help him identify "other potential litigation targets" and ways to "increase our leverage.
Some 20th-century prodigies may find it easy to pronounce this risky affair as career suicide, and effortlessly label me a wishy-washy person in the workforce who can never promise constancy to a company.
This will send shockwaves through the ranks of the khaki-clad top brass, some of whom regard this as career suicide - although if he's a general, I'd have thought the reaction of his bigoted peers is neither here nor there.
Some people have been very supportive, while others have suggested that it is the equivalent of career suicide.

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