Some links with LaTeX models for a good CV
In these last days I had to find another template for my resume, because people suggest me that Europass CV style is not much appreciate in England. I hope that the following links and examples shall help you to realize a good CV of course using LaTeX.
Update: having improved and changed the templates, I am going to publish them on Overleaf1 and GitHub. In particular I have added a language selector and some fixes.
Firstly if you need a Europass templates in LaTeX, you can find them here. That is a short tutorial into Italian. Currently I have created a new class based on the 2013 version, check Another LaTeX template for the 2013 Europass CV for more info.
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Secondly if you want other amazing styles you should try the templates published here. I have created my new CV using ‘ModernCV’ and Cover Letter and there is the result. This is my final result: cv_Nicola_Rainiero_en.pdf
Recently I have modified the last one in order to create a sort of infographic CV template, you will find more info on my article: Two ideas for an infographic CV using LaTeX and TikZ.
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Make attention: in order to show the correct symbols (for email, website, and so on), you must install the marvosym package. To do this in Ubuntu, you can open a terminal shell and add the following text:
sudo apt-get install texlive-fonts-recommended ttf-marvosym
- 1Overleaf is the new collaborative writing and publishing system developed by the team behind the popular writeLaTeX editor. Overleaf is designed to make the whole process of writing, editing and producing scientific papers much quicker for both authors and publishers. Overleaf: Real-time Collaborative Writing and Publishing Tools with Integrated PDF Preview. Here is my sign up link to Overleaf.