Your Street Address Doesn’t Belong on Your Resume Anymore—Here’s What Does

When you’re listing your contact information in the header of your resume, you may assume your street address is part of that. And for a long time you would’ve been right. But in our increasingly online world—when’s the last time a job you applied to sent you snail mail?—you might wonder if you still need to put your full street address on a resume. The short answer: No.

However, it’s still a good idea to list your location on a resume, meaning your city, state, and zip code or the metropolitan area where you live (i.e. New York Metropolitan Area).

Read on to find out why and how exactly to list your location—plus, what to do if you’re applying to a job in an area where you don’t currently live.

Why Shouldn’t You Include Your Full Street Address on Your Resume?

Originally posted at University of Denver Career Blog