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I'm 53 and i worked next to two twenty something graphic men. You recite your good mornings but through out the long days... silence on some days. My job is CSR so I'm constantly on the phone with incoming and outgoing calls. Somedays I feel guilty that I'm speechless. Is this normal?  
   
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This is pretty normal! I assume you are a woman, and that makes it even more normal that you and a twenty-something guy don't have much to talk about. You also have to remember that those in their twenty-somethings are used to talking more in e-mail, chat, and text than in spoken words. In fact, they may even appreciate that you don't try to chat them up. Just be friendly, cordial, professional, and keep doing your job.
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