Hustle Culture | NYU professor says young remote workers 'unlikely to be CEOs' - is there any truth in this?

NYU professor says young remote workers 'unlikely to be CEOs' - is there any truth in this?
NYU professor says young remote workers 'unlikely to be CEOs' - is there any truth in this?

Suzy Welch, a professor at the NYU Stern School of Business, said that young workers, such as those who are Gen-Z, are unlikely to be corporate CEOs if they currently choose remote jobs.

"The young people who choose to have that life that go into work maybe one or two days a week or never, and work entirely remotely, they may have a version of success that is not our version of success," insisted Welch.

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