There you go, I think you worded your thoughts better, now. And I certainly understand that thinking. Unless you're really involved, specifically, in penetration testing, etc, you don't often hear about OSCP and other similar certifications and classes.
This is something you DO have to consider, when applying to a potential or new employer. However, most employers 'hopefully' aren't looking at the certifications, alone (unless you're moving into management, then I see it happen that way, a lot ! <EVIL GRIN>) Generally, you'll have technical interviews and such, where you'll need to prove what you know, and show your value.
On my resume, for example, I not only list the certification name, but I also give a little detail on what each one is (not a lot, as most initial reviewers could care less, but enough that the next person to see it might look more closely.) You should also list your experience and such, in a way that can grab their attention, and really help them to focus on your value, as a candidate for their position / opening. Then, as you move forward, and talk with them, more, you can explain the similarities and contrasts between what certs you hold, and others that they might be more familiar with.
Finally, if an employer flat out insists on you holding one of the other certs, then it really doesn't matter what certs you have, and you just have to either talk them through it, and explain that you WILL get their required certs, or move on to the next openings out there.
HTH, and is a little more clearly tailored to what you were asking.