Generation Gap?

Older generations say my generation is too attached to their cell phones.  Well I’m not so sure about that.  I work with three woman (who are older than me) who are attached to their cell phones more than I am .  I turn my cell phone off when I start work, turn it back on at lunch, back off after lunch, and do not turn it back on till I leave work.  These three woman have their phones on their desk at all times, check it many times, and have gone as far as to answer their phone when it rings.  Maybe the generation gap is ending.

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