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Use \hspace{20pt}\begin{tabular}{@{}lp{.8\linewidth}} to start a new paragraph and insert the same horizontal space before the table. Also change the alignment l for the second column to p{} and adjust the width as you wish. Piece of code \begin{flushleft} \hspace{20pt} \textbf{Ph.D. in Statistics}, University of AAA \hfill May 2017 (Expected) \\ ...


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Put the list in the entry rather than after it: \cventry{Feb 2012 - Nov 2014}{Economics and Statistics Tutor}{University of Cape Town}{Cape Town}{}{ \begin{itemize}[label=\textbullet] \item{\textbf{Statistics}:} Prepared tutorials, marked tests and projects and participating in computer lab sessions. \item{\textbf{Economics}}: Ensured timely upload of ...


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Here's an example with parcolumns: \documentclass{article} \usepackage[textwidth=6in]{geometry} \usepackage{parcolumns} \usepackage{lipsum} \usepackage{kantlipsum} \pagestyle{empty} \begin{document} \kant[2] \noindent \begin{minipage}{5in} \begin{parcolumns}[rulebetween,colwidths={1=0.30\textwidth,2=0.4\textwidth,3=1in}]{3} ...


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You have two errors. In the line \cvline{Dean's Merit List (obtaining an aggregate of over 70%)} {2009 - 2012} replace % with \% \cventry has six arguments and you are giving it only five. So write \cventry{Feb 2012 - Nov 2014}{Ecnomics and Statistics Tutor}{University of Cape Town}{Cape Town}{}{} instead of \cventry{Feb 2012 - Nov 2014}{Ecnomics ...


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The original template as well as the code you are giving us is a bit of a mess ;-) The first error you encounter is thrown because you try to bold face a hyperlink. If you want the stuff bold, do \href{http://chat.stackexchange.com/rooms/41/tex-latex-and-friends}{\bfseries A nice place to hang out}. I redefined the \lineunder macro to use predefined ...


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You had the order wrong: \NeedsTeXFormat{LaTeX2e} \ProvidesClass{resume}[2015/02/08 Class for scientist's resumes in industy] \LoadClass{article} \RequirePackage[left=0.5 in,right=0.5 in,top=4in,bottom=1in]{geometry}


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Another method, that is a bit more hacky, is to basically cover the asterisk by placing a white colorbox behind the bibliography name then moving the bibliography up to cover the asterisk. For example, \usepackage{xcolor} \renewcommand\bibname{\vspace{-2em}\colorbox{white}{\large Citations}}



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