I’ve never written a LaTeX doc but it looks clean af and I’m interesting in rewriting my resume in it. Or is it ok to simply convert a Word doc to a PDF. Does anybody really care about the aesthetics of a resume?
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- Amazon blindErrorHand written is always better, use a fountain pen and learn calligraphy.
- I feel like resume is easier to format with LaTeX cuz there’s tons of templates and you don’t have to learn Word. But some Google HR once told me that their internal system wouldn’t parse TeX-generated PDFs correctly (Gayle M./CTCI said similar).
- Print it on paper made from elephant crap. You don’t need Latex word is perfectly fine don’t waste your time
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