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Trying to create my CV on Overleaf right now. However, I am facing a very odd bug. As shown below, the text just collides with the sub headings (under experience in Google):

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The code for this section is as below:

%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
%     EXPERIENCE
%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%

\section{Experience}

\runsubsection{Google}
\descript{| Software Engineering Intern }
\location{May 2013 – Aug 2013 | Mountain View, CA}
\begin{tightemize}
\item Worked on
\end{tightemize}
\sectionsep

Please do not hesitate to ask me if you would require any other details about the code, or the sections before or after this particular one.

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    Could you post a full compilable post? Most of your commands/environment are not standard LaTeX. – Bernard Sep 26 '17 at 17:36
  • So, how is tightemize defined? My guess is you can just add something like \bigskip before it and it should move the content downward. – Werner Sep 26 '17 at 17:37
  • @Werner That worked out pretty well, so that's the answer I suppose. The behaviour of tightemize is not replicated in other sections though. – Sharan Duggirala Sep 26 '17 at 18:00
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One can only assume that the tightemize environment produces a list with either reduced vertical spacing, or with a vertical adjustment to accommodate for too much spacing.

Moving the tightemize environment down should be as simple as adding

\bigskip

or some other \vspace{<len>} amount before the environment.

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