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Regarding the appropriate titles or post-nominal letters to use, given an individual's academic status.

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This may vary by country. I'm in the US, and use mine rather rarely. As you say, senior researchers all have PhDs (or MS + many years' experience), so it's hardly something significant in such context …
answered May 3 by cag51
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Titles depend on institution. In industry, you can be a "research scientist" with no particular degree. In a university, a "research scientist" may be a catch-all term for scientific employees, or it …
answered May 30 '18 by cag51
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the position is called "Assistant Professor" If you hold an appointment as an assistant professor, then you are an assistant professor. Still, I understand your concern.... kinda makes no sen …
answered Aug 9 by cag51