Best font for resume (post 3 of 3) - AvidCareerist

To the professionals now reading this who do not consider themselves designers (we get mostly designers here), hello. I presume you come with the same question. Let’s stop for a moment and answer it. The best font for resumes is . but check your word processor’s font menu first. It’s likely already waiting for you. Moving on.

Best font for resume, post 1 of 3 - AvidCareerist

Times New Roman takes more than its share of eye rolls and nasty comments as a resume font. However, it says, “Reliable,” to your reader. Plus, as you will see in a moment, you can cram a lot more words onto a page with TNR than you can with any of the sans serif fonts shown below. Just that simple, delicious fact often makes it the best font for a resume.

Best Fonts for Your Resume - Nursing Link

5 Best Fonts for Resume Writing | yourRavi

Helvetica recently (May 2015) received a ton of press off a Bloomberg article as the best font for a resume. However, the recommendation was made by a graphic designer who doesn’t write resumes. It’s a lovely font, but it’s not practical for most resumes.