Latino Professionals are educated, bilingual & assimilated

Reported recently by HispanicAd.com:

The Hispanic Alliance for Career Enhancement (HACE) released the results of its 2006 Latino Professional Pulse Survey. The results of the survey “Making a Difference: Attitudes and Characteristics of Today’s Latino Professionals,” depict a population that is highly educated, fully bilingual, in almost all cases legally authorized to work, and with a family structure similar to the non-Hispanic white U.S. population. This survey also points to the fact that today’s Latino professionals have a more optimistic outlook on the economy than the overall population. They also value more than money when seeking jobs, are compassionate, and give philanthropic support to their communities on an annual basis.

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