What's the Smallest Resume Font I Can Use?

Dear Experts, What is the smallest size font I can use on a resume to keep it to one page? Here is how our CAREEREALISM-Approved Experts answered this question on Twitter: Q#482 If you need to ask this question you have too much info on your resume. Trim it down and use a reasonable font size. (@gradversity) Q#482 What’s the Smallest Resume Font I Can Use? A 10 font: http://bit.ly/cTdydb (@ravingredhead) Q#482 Just keep it easy to read and ditch the "one page resume myth." (@CareerBranches) Q#482 Completely agree with @DawnBugni. Stop following arbitrary resume length rules. [1/2] (@ValueIntoWords) Q#482 Tell your 'compelling story' and 'darn the torpedoes:' http://bit.ly/9mWcx6 [2/2] (@ValueIntoWords) Q#482 When you have to use a magnifying glass. Seriously, two pages won't hurt if it covers your work! (@beneubanks) Q#482 Depends on the font you use. Some like Verdana look good in 9. Others like Calibri need to use 11. (@GreatResume) Our Twitter Advice Project (T.A.P.) is no longer an active campaign. To find an answer to the above question, please use the "Search" box in the right-hand column of this website.

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We want YOU to be the career coach and tell us which one is the RIGHT answer!

Think you know? Vote below, and stay tuned for later this week when we announce the right answer (and why the other ones are wrong).

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We want YOU to be the career coach and tell us which one is the RIGHT answer!

Think you know? Vote below, and stay tuned for later this week when we announce the right answer (and why the other ones are wrong).

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