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With a recent Bloomberg post on this topic, we just had to weigh in on our own picks.

The resume font post heard ‘round the world

Recently Bloomberg published a short list of what their interviewed experts deemed some of the best (and worst) choices for resume fonts. Great idea for a typography-related post, we have to admit—which is evident from the deluge of posts repurposing and referencing the piece.

Our Top 5 Resume Fonts

Bloomberg’s resume font post heard ‘round the world

 

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Dress up your docs with bold typography

For a long time, Microsoft Word and PowerPoint users were forced to choose from a menu of system fonts like Arial, Impact and—for the typographically challenged—the dreaded Comic Sans. No one in corporate America was safe from bland docs and presentations with type set in the same-old, same-old. Even if you installed your own fonts, scrolling down the font menu was still a pain. The tiny display type didn’t help, either.

It doesn’t have to have to be this way anymore.

Suitcase Attaché Brings All Your Fonts To Microsoft Word & PowerPoint

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