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I wouldn't say I'm old, but I'll certainly be getting there soon enough. I was reviewing my resume today, is there ever a point where a job candidate should not list their college years or graduation dates because it is so far back?
I've got 4 jobs listed on my resume (spanning 10 years), and it does not include the two jobs before that after college anymore. I've got a top university 4 year degree in my field, but at this point it is at the bottom of the resume after experience. It's dates will forever indicate my age, and I find increasingly speak to initial HR people and colleagues that are several years younger than me these days.
Should I remove the years on my college experience or is that inappropriate for a resume?
This is not an age discrimination issue as much as it is an appropriateness or normality of excluding years as one gets older. They'll obviously know my age when interviewing me, within a range.