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When it comes to whether you should include your address at the top of your resume, here is a solid rule of thumb: 

It depends on the job and who will be receiving your resume.

For hourly and management positions, companies increasingly are using internal recruiters.  

Ninety-nine percent of Fortune 500 companies and a large number of the remaining potential employers rely on ATS technology, internally or through a third-party vendor, to screen and rank resumes.

Some companies require you to complete an application with an online submission. Unless the online application requires an address, do not include it on your resume. 

If you are applying for an executive-level position directly to a search consultant, the standard is to include your address. If you are applying online, include the information the employer requested.