While some commentators things that the importance of a resume is declining and that LinkedIn and your social media presence are the new resume, some employers still like to see a resume and some hiring managers like to take notes during an interview on a candidate’s resume. Years ago, your choices for fonts for your resume were based on the typewriter you had — an IBM Selectric or Smith Corona had their standard fonts and those were your choices. With current software, the choices for fonts are unlimited. ResumeTemplates101 brings us the following infographic on the nitty-gritty of resume font, size and formats.
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