Mobile workers just donâ€™t put the phone down, according a new report from iPass, which provides Wi-Fi and 3G network access to enterprise clients for use by their employees. The company surveyed more than 3,500 people from 1,100 large corporations worldwide and asked them about their mobile device work habits. The results may not be all that surprising, if youâ€™re a mobile worker, but they are somewhat terrifying (or maybe just really depressing). iPass found that mobile workers have a hard time being physically separated from their smartphones, even when itâ€™s ostensibly time to sleep. More than half at 61 percent of those surveyed keep the phone in the bedroom, and 41 percent have it within armâ€™s reach of where they sleep. Those figures jump to 77 and 60 percent respectively when youâ€™re talking about the younger crowd (respondents between the ages of 22 and 34). Just over a third at 35 percent of mobile workers check their email before doing anything else when they wake up in the morning, and another 38 percent admit to checking their email at various times during the night.