Young people 'should never be at home' if they want to be successful professionally, NYU professor says

Scott Galloway, a marketing professor at the New York University Stern School of Business, has expressed concerns over young people working from home, claiming that it can negatively impact their professional and romantic success. 
Speaking at The Wall Street Journal's CEO Council Summit, Galloway advised young people to avoid spending time at home, stating that the amount of time spent at home is inversely correlated to success in both professional and romantic pursuits
. He also emphasized that success and work-life balance are not mutually exclusive and that those seeking financial success should expect to dedicate decades of hard. 
Galloway has long been an advocate of office work and has previously advised young workers to establish mentors and friends in the office before collecting pets and spouses. Similarly, billionaire CEO Elon Musk has also criticized remote work, calling it "morally wrong" and insisting on a return to the office for his employees. Despite these attitudes, remote work may be here to stay, with a recent poll finding that 55% of remote workers in the US are willing to take a pay cut to continue working from home. 

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