resume matics Have been a “professional hire-er” for over twenty years, and have read hundreds of thousands of resumes, and hired thousands of people. I’ve worked primarily in the US, so my answer favors the laws and practices of this country.
Only my name, phone number, and personal email address are listed on my resume (and my skills and experience, of course).
I've seen one too many hiring managers and HR personnel make offhand remarks and assumptions about the character and motivations of job seekers based on superficial factors like their appearance, background, and other personal details.
It's possible that recruiters will look up your home address online and draw unwarranted conclusions about you based on what they find. This includes assumptions about the size and layout of your home, the state of your yard, the make and model of the car in your driveway, how long it's been on the market, and how long your commute will be.
By looking at the year you graduated, recruiters automatically assume your age and all the other biases that come with it.
When they view your pictures, all kinds of questions arise about age, race, and gender bias, not to mention your hairdo, tattoos, clothing choices, photo background, and so on.
It doesn't matter at all. I need to know your name, if you're qualified, and how to get in touch with you. That's everything else you need to include. Once you've established contact with the recruiter, the rest will fall into place.