"Do I need to still need to list references on my resume?"
My answer to this is NO. My reasoning is two-fold:
If a company is planning on hiring you, they will more than likely have you fill out a job application as well. There will be a section on the job application where you can fill this info out.
I've noticed job seekers tend to use their references as a way to add "fluff" to their resumes. Fluff is great (as demonstrated by our kitten friend there), but it doesn’t belong in your resume. It's okay to compile a list of three or four people with varying personal experiences with you, but put it on a separate piece of paper and just have it ready to produce if it's requested. Don't automatically tag it onto the end of your resume. It's not necessary anymore, and we can spot that you are just using them to lengthen your resume.
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