i've made a few bad career moves in the past - but this is already one of the best i've made.
What does BCM stand for?
BCM stands for Bad Career Move
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We have 269 other meanings of BCM in our Acronym Attic
- Broward County Land Use Plan (Florida)
- Beaman-Conrad-Liscomb-Union-Whitten (Iowa; school district)
- Batch Cancel Leave
- Brown Coal Liquefaction Victoria Pty. Ltd. (Australia)
- BCL2-Related Gene
- Bachelor of Commerce and Management (Lincoln, NZ)
- Bachelor of Computer and Mathematical Sciences (University of Western Australia)
- Bachelor of Construction Management
- Back Channel Message
- Back Course Marker
- Bad Chinese Movie
- Badminton Club Mulhouse (French badminton club)
- Bangkok Can Manufacturing (Bangkok, Thailand)
- Bank Created Money
- Bank Cubic Meter
- Banking Center Manager
- Banque Centrale de Madagascar (French: Central Bank of Madagascar)
- Banque Centrale de Mauritanie (French)
- Banque Commerciale du Maroc (French: Commercial Bank of Morocco)
- Baptist Campus Ministry (similar to BSU)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Some might see leaving a Champions League club for one re-establishing itself in England's top flight as a bad career move - but not Ben Arfa.
Byline: PAUL O'HEHIR MARCO Tardelli has rubbished suggestions that Robbie Keane made a bad career move by joining Celtic.
Limond is the champion but the pressure really rests on the challenger's shoulders and Khan has admitted that defeat on a David versus Goliath scale would be a bad career move for him.
They don't want him to look foolish, and more importantly, they don't want to take the blame for embarrassing the emperor -- usually a bad career move.
Ignoring careers advice at school that starting on a local paper would be a bad career move and that you should apply to the quality nationals.
PETER MURPHY feared he'd made a bad career move when he joined Carlisle from Blackburn Rovers four seasons ago.
It was a bastion of top-down management, a place where following orders was the only way to prosper, where raising questions was the ultimate bad career move.