So how do you choose from the countless available fonts to find the right one for your resume? Though there are several different font families, most job seekers go with serif fonts — stylized fonts with tails and other decorative markings, like Times New Roman — or sans-serif fonts, simpler, no-frills varieties like Arial. A Weemss infographic on the psychology of fonts said that serif typefaces are associated with being reliable, impressive, respectable, authoritative and traditional, while sans-serif fonts are seen as universal, clean, modern, objective and stable.
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