First impressions count! Your resume font can create a great, or a not so strong impression about who you are and how you might show up on the job. It can give a recruiter the impression you are professional, conservative, creative or even sloppy.
Overall, the best fonts Bloomberg writer, Natalie Kitroeff suggests you use: Helvetica and Garamond. Fonts to avoid: Times New Roman, Courier and Comic Sans.
Check out Bloomberg’s The Best and Worst Fonts to Use on Your Resume for insights into what resume fonts say about you.
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