Cryptography[ edit ] Cryptosystems often compress data the "plaintext" before encryption for added security. When properly implemented, compression greatly increases the unicity distance by removing patterns that might facilitate cryptanalysis. However, many ordinary lossless compression algorithms produce headers, wrappers, tables, or other predictable output that might instead make cryptanalysis easier.
Should you add degrees or credentials after your name on your resume and LinkedIn profile? Because you are marketing yourself in the job market, be careful how you present yourself so your target employers see you as a viable candidate.
Whether or not to put letters after your name depends on what kind of work you want. Go for it, if you want work in the field or profession implied by specific degrees and credentials.
Using letters after your name on your resume is a shorthand way to tell the job market that you looking for jobs in your profession or want to use the specific skills mastered through training in that profession.
They tell people that you have those professional skills, and are dedicated to your field. A PhD is going only for jobs that require a PhD — or will risk looking overqualified. An RN is probably seeking a nursing position or a position using the RN skills and tool kit. Doctors and lawyers are slightly different animals, but the same principle applies.
Of course, if you want to leave the field of medicine or law to start something else, it is wise to omit the defining credential letters to preclude people assuming you want to use those skills.
How do you let employers know you have an MBA? Put it in the education section of your resume and LinkedIn profile, and definitely mention it in your cover letter.
Remember to always include a cover letter. The letters MBA will be found by search engines. Putting that in your education section gives people a reason to scroll down, which makes them glance at your experience, too.
Some credentials are important enough that you could easily put them after your name, under the assumption that you want to use that knowledge and skill in your next position.
Take CPA for example. People have asked me if they should put PMP after their name after earning the Project Management Professional credential.
Absolutely yes, if what you want is a project management job. You will be pigeon-holed otherwise as solely a Project Manager.
There are exceptions to this, of course. If you want to do project management exclusively, then definitely list PMP. If you have a special license, you can put that after your name — if you are looking for work in that field.
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