People who use cell phones for work and leisure tend to use more than one device, according to a new study.
The study looked at people who work from home, and it found that about 1 in 4 people use their phones in some way while at work, according the New York Times.
The paper analyzed more than 200 million smartphone usage records from all industries over a five-year period.
It found that the average person uses one cell phone, which is about a third of the population.
Other types of cell phone use include texting, using other devices such as computers, watching video, and accessing online services.
But the report also found that more than 60% of people also use other mobile devices such a tablets, phones, and video games.
Cell phone use is growing at a faster pace than other devices, the paper said, but the overall use of mobile phones in the U.S. has slowed in recent years.
In 2013, there were nearly 4.5 billion mobile phone subscriptions in the United States, up from about 3.3 billion in 2009.
About half of the subscribers use mobile phones to connect to a wireless network.
The report found that people who do use mobile devices are younger, have lower incomes, and are less likely to have high-speed broadband or other high-tech devices.
But there’s no one way to stop people from using their phones, experts say.
Cellphone use in the workplace is particularly prevalent among women, who tend to spend more time in front of a computer, and those who work in smaller organizations or in less-skilled jobs, according and the New Yorker.
And the report found it’s common for people who don’t have cell phones to leave work to use them.
For people who use their mobile phones for leisure, the report said, “the problem may be exacerbated by the growing role of video-game play in our lives.”