The appropriateness of Perpetua would probably depend on the tone of the writing. When I used it, I (half playfully) thought the extra space made the words sort of resonate.
Personally, I went with Education & Work Experience on page one; Activities and Personal Anecdotes on page two.
my UG career services center recommends 2 pg resumes for law school applications. thoughts?
For instance:Janitorial Engineer - Cooley School of Law - 2005 to present- Team leader of janitorial staff with up to 3 direct reports- Decreased expenses by 5% through "cutting" of cleaning agents- Improved staff productivity by 33% through video monitoring and headcount right-sizing, resulting in $17,000 annual savings.- Winner of "Janitor of the Month" in January 06 for innovative toilet-scrubbing techniques.That being said, I doubt that it really matters much either way, so long as it doesn't make you look like a pompous jerk or an uncaring imbecile.