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I'm looking for a way to do something like this in LaTeX:

2006-now       good years
               had a lot of fun

2002-2005      not good years
               I just wish I knew how to do this

How do I achieve this?

EDIT: My cobbled attempt is this:

2006-now \ \ \ \ \ \= good years
          \> had a lot of fun

2002-2005 \> not good years
          \> I just wish I knew how to do this

But this doesn't seem very professional.

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If this is for a CV, you should consider a specialized style file. –  Christian Lindig Sep 23 '11 at 5:33
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You can use the tabular environment which is fine for trivial tables. The linked article covers more complex ones, too.

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