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This Week in Jobs Pittsburgh: Catch You Later, Calibri

Will Comic Sans be Microsoft Office’s new default font?

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Farewell, Calibri, we hardly knew ye.

After 15 years as Microsoft Office’s default font, the familiar sans-serif is being swapped out next year. While we bid the font goodbye, the team at Microsoft is collecting feedback on five new fonts and asking users to help decide which will be the newest default.

Unfortunately for you chaos agents out there, Comic Sans and Wingdings are not in the running.

But that begs the question — if Office is overhauling the classics, maybe you should, too.

Dust off that old resume, try a new font or two and check out this week’s jobs.

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The End

New fonts can prove to be a font of inspiration. Serif or sans, we’ll see you again soon.

If you want to check on new jobs in the mid-Atlantic region, go ahead and sift through Technical.ly’s jobs board any time.

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