The Wall Street Journal: “Millennials Face Uphill Climb” by Caroline Porter (9.30.13)

The Atlantic: “America’s Wasteful Higher Education Spending, In a Chart” by Jordan Weissmann (9.30.13)

Business Insider: “The Current Job Market Is Shockingly Bad For 20-Something Men” by Alison Griswold (9.30.13)

Huffington Post: “7 Charts That Show Just How Bad Things Are For Young People” by Jillian Berman (9.30.13)

Huffington Post: “Financial Independence Is Getting Harder To Attain, Especially For African Americans” by Jessica Cumberbatch Anderson (9.30.13)

Yahoo!: “Millennials’ Endless Youth: It’s Not Their Fault” by Sarah B. Weir (10.1.13)

Business Insider: “10 Worst Cities For Young Job Seekers” by Alison Griswold (10.2.13)

Business Insider: “10 Best Cities for Young Job Seekers” by Alison Griswold (10.4.13)

PBS: “Why Millennials Are Struggling, Grannies Are Thriving, and What to Do About It” by Anthony Carnevale, Andrew R. Hanson, and Artem Gulish (10.4.13)

The Wall Street Journal: “Millennials Trudge a Slow Path to Independence” by  Kelly Greene (10.6.13)

CBS Philly: “Study: Are Millennials A Lost Generation?” by Chelsea Karnash (10.11.13)

The Guardian: “The Millennials failure to luanch: searching the jobs report for answers” by Jana Kasperkevic (10.23.13)

National Journal: “Workforce Woes? Dont Blame Millennials or Granny” by Anthony P. Carnevale, Andrew R. Hanson and Artem Gulish (10.30.13)

Forbes: “How To Find A Dependable Millennial Employee (Hint: She Probably Voted Republican)” by Rob Asghar (1.15.14)

NBC4i: “Mayor Coleman’s 2014 State Of The City Address” by Michael B. Coleman (2.20.14)

Chronicle of Higher Education: “To Reach the New Market for Education, Colleges Have Some Learning to Do” by Jeffrey Selingo (3.24.14)

Wall Street Journal: “Out of School, Out of Work,” by Josh Zumbrun (5.2.14)

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