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Resume Contact Information Placement

This is one of the most critical areas of your traditional resume. Should a hiring manager find your qualifications a good match for an opening, you don't want to make it difficult for him or her to contact you.

Place your contact information clearly at the top of the first page of your resume under or near your name.

Because most hiring managers will not contact a job candidate by "snail" mail, you may minimize postal addresses or include them at the bottom of the first page of your resume.

But place your most-important contact information, such as your home and cell phone numbers and email address, at the top of the first page.

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