Professional Suicide

(1) Career suicide, job suicide The commission of an act or series of acts that compromises or diminishes one’s stature in one’s career, job or profession
(2) Job-related suicide
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If Goldstone elected to defend Israel against the indefensible, he would have committed professional suicide.
The point to make is that any trainer who gives a horse an anabolic steroid is committing professional suicide," said Morrison.
Under the circumstances, extolling the merits of the Gulenist charities that are being destroyed would amount to professional suicide.
At which point Hound, who was on a hosting rota with Cox, Aled Jones and the Autocue-challenged Emma Bunton, realised he was committing professional suicide and vanished from our screens.
All we needed to know was shown in an hour and a half of sheer agony, of abject surrender, of professional suicide.
WHEN Stewart Downing, who is, in my opinion, the most under-rated player of his generation, made the decision to return to Middlesbrough, I feared he was commiting professional suicide.
He said: "Basically, I'd have been committing professional suicide.
He may be accused of being a neo-Marxist, rehashing outdated social models, and committing professional suicide in his attempt to criticise the reigning anti-socialist view of western intelligence, but his basic assumptions can not be dismissed that easily.
Professional suicide not being an option, I laughed when asked to answer this question on the record.
WEEK WEEK THE ROBERTO MANCINI, MAN CITY, EX-EUROPE No wins from five Champions League games tells its own story, but to once again start with a system that was unfamiliar to his players in last Wednesday's must-win match, was tantamount to professional suicide.
In this era it was tantamount to professional suicide if you missed a major conference.
It was an act of professional suicide through gross mismanagement.
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