According to the third round of YouGov-Mint Millennial Survey, pessimism grew among millennials (those aged between 23-38 years of age) between mid-September and mid-October. Surprisingly, millennials with higher educational qualifications were more pessimistic than those with lesser qualifications. Given that the economy is in a slowdown, the pessimism is perhaps understandable and maybe a temporary blip that would correct once the economy picks up pace. But could it be that there are deeper problems such as a lack of job skills or excessive mechanization that we may be ignoring? Mint Views Daily Dispatch brings you scenes from the Mint edit table where ideas are mooted, discussed and debated before they make it to the coveted editorial page of the paper.