What Contact Information Should I Include My Resume?
Choose one phone number to list, either your mobile or home phone.
Be sure that your voicemail is operational (or answering machine if it is a landline) and that your outgoing message is professional. Remember, this may be the first impression you make on a potential employer!
Disable any ringback tones you may have enabled. An employer does not want to listen to your favorite song while waiting for you to answer!
Use your caller ID. If you receive a call and are not in a position to have a professional conversation, do not answer it. Rather let it go to voicemail and return the call when you are able.
While you will not likely receive an initial contact via 'snail-mail' it is still important to include your mailing address (again only one though!)
Exception to this is if you are posting online, in which case you should only include an email address.
Email is a great way to communicate and for some employers, the only way they will make initial contact. Be sure to include an email address which you check on a regular basis (everyday!) Employers will expect to hear back from you soon.
Ensure that your email address also projects your professional image ~ addresses like email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org would not be appropriate! Your @buffs.wtamu.edu email would work. Just use your common sense.