Some links this Wednesday morning:
- USA Today College has a response to Chris Erskine’s recent columns about millennials. Typically, the crux was “we’re good people, just work with us.” Here’s my take on Erskine’s pieces.
- A Center for Creative Leadership survey shows millennial students know they have to learn a lot more about the workplace.
- NPR has an interesting look at how markets are opening for Muslim millennials, including in online dating.
- U.S. News is telling millennials to consider investing in Whole Foods. It’s not a volatile option now, but if Whole Foods remains overpriced for the market over the next 2-3 years, you’ll won’t want to have stock in Whole Foods.