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is there any Latex script to compile such resume? http://ginva.com/2012/07/25-modern-and-professional-resume-templates/ Cheers, No mans land

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    I guess there is no Latex script to compile such resume, but, of course, it's possible to create such kind of resumes in Latex. – Manuel Jan 29 '14 at 17:29
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    What kind of employer wants to read these kinds of resumes..? Although I guess this is the new trend... – jon Jan 29 '14 at 18:08
  • @jon that page says "... if you are a graphic designer". – Guido Jan 29 '14 at 22:11
  • @Guido -- Well, I suppose they'd be the ones responsible for a trend in tall infographics. (Admittedly, some are better than others, but many designs on that page obfuscate important information rather than present it: just because some information can be put in a pie chart doesn't mean it is helpful to do so.) ... Then again: I'm not in a position to hire any graphic designers, good or bad. – jon Jan 29 '14 at 22:43

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