Here’s how you write your address on one line on a resume:
1. Keep it as short as possible
Include only your street address, city, state abbreviation, and zip code.
The longer you format your address, the more likely it will spill onto a second line. So abbreviate whenever you can (e.g., “North” as “N.”, “Road” as “Rd.”, and “Massachusetts” as “MA”).
2. Try reducing your font size
For the majority of your resume, the smallest font size possible is 10.5 points, but your contact details can be slightly smaller — around 8 points.
If you change the font size of your address, use the same font size for your other contact details: phone, email address, and any professional profiles (e.g., LinkedIn and your online portfolio).
3. Use a resume template with a one-line address field
Or look at such resume templates for inspiration when creating your own resume from scratch.
Still unclear on how to write an address on one line on a resume? Check out this example: