As always, I'm helping people put together resumes and get re-employed during this whole pandemic induced depression we're barreling into. In light of that I've noticed a bunch of stuff on resumes that aren't really needed anymore.
The physical address is not really needed anymore these days. I've noticed it's often on the resumes still. No need, take it off, and I'd even argue it perpetuates several unneeded tropes and paradigms about geographic location.
The other thing, unless there is a specific reason, no need to put the physical location you existed in for various past jobs. The only thing that matters is if you'll be able to be in the geographic space required for jobs you're applying to.
Another, if you're past a solid decade of experience, it's rarely necessary in tech to keep listing every position for the last gazillion years.
Just the last ~5-10 years plus a note that you have more and can discuss if interested. That'll help prevent the 20+ page resumes.
Any others you can think of this day and age? Any advice I should add to my list of advice I provide as I review people's resumes that might be helpful?