If you're looking for a good example of where most media commentary is headed, check out "Affluenza: How Baby Boomers And Millennials Now Handle Their Wealth," from Neale Godfrey a contributor to Forbes.
Nevermind that while Godfrey's audience never really learns what "Affluenza" is, even though she mentions that the wealthy may have it. We, the reader, also never hear from Godfrey on how either Boomers or Millennials handle wealth. Although, we are treated to profound social insight into what makes Millennials tick ... and tick they do:
Millennials want meaning in their lives and in their work. The corner office doesn’t offer enough motivation. In fact, because of its inherent isolation, it’s even a turn-off. They are the generation of Facebookers and Tweeters. who crave community. They would rather rent an apartment in a hip city than live in a McMansion in the ‘burbs. They are very educated and want to do things themselves…from investing to figuring out how things work.