Millennials have big faith in big business. Surprised?

 

A new study released this week suggests that Millennials have big expectations for big businesses. The study, commissioned by MSL Group, part of French communications giant Publicis Groupe, surveyed 8,000 people born between 1984 and 1996, in 17 different countries, including the United States, Canada, Singapore, India, China, Brazil, and others. The study found that Millennials—a generation typically attributed with aversion to, and distrust of, major institutions—in fact, look to the corporate world to help solve global problems.