...do you include PhD in your signature at work? I get that if it's an informal email/letter/note/memo you sound like an ass if you sign PhD but if you're signing something official is it okay to sign it after your name?I sign batch production records routinely and that sort of thing routinely, and I don't put "Ph.D." behind my signature. No one else does, either. I don't remember what my professors did in graduate school, when they were signing theses and the like. Maybe they did? I should go and look.
Also, what's your e-mail signature look like? Mine's the typical:
[CJ Chemjobber]Every now and again, I'll add the "CJ Chemjobber, Ph.D." when I am writing more official e-mails to customers or vendors from whom I'm trying to get quotes from or something. Readers?
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