@PinkCathodeCat That's cool and all, but text processing has come a long way in the last 30 years. If you read Kahneman's Thinking Fast and Slow, you'll realise that humans make judgements exceptionally fast. Not only do we do that, but we can't stop ourselves. Things that make a CV reviewer squint or struggle to read your CV are to your disadvantage. The parameters underpinning LaTeX's design choices have all become obsolete. (we use screens, not paper, column sizes vary by medium, etc.)
@PinkCathodeCat Not to suggest that it's impossible. Just that it's a lot more work (obviously my opinion) to achieve a completely equivalent outcome in the end. I did my years of LaTeX in the late 90s and early 2000s. Never again.
@PinkCathodeCat Yeah, I just use Word. I *have* to use Word at work a lot, because customers expect it. So I've gotten good enough at it. I'd love to see the (appropriately redacted) output you can produce with LaTeX. I've lost touch with it's capabilities.
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