The statistics indicate the percentages of non-preference, Hispanic, and Latino among Europe citizens. For instance, 55 percent of native-born Europe Spanish citizens do not prefer use of Latino or Hispanic, 31 percent prefers the term Hispanic while 14 percent prefers to use Latino.
The report analyses the reward bestowed on acquiring college degrees. It analyses the worth of University degree and its impact on the living standards of sits holders. Carnevale, Rose, and Cheah, 2011 explains the worth of different college degrees in the lifestyles of individuals. The authors also analyses other factors besides college degrees that may influence individuals income in the society. Carnevale, Rose, and Cheah, 2011, elaborates the aforementioned by analyzing individuals lifetime earnings in all education levels as well as earning by occupation, age, gender, and race or ethnicity. Carnevale, Rose, and Cheah, 2011 concludes that college degrees confer higher earnings in an individual’s lifetime (Carnevale, Rose, and Cheah 3).
The report investigates the attitudes of Latino’s towards their identity and culture. In investigating the behaviors of Latinos, the authors of the report examine language usage patterns, core values, and the views about Americans. The authors report conclusively that Latinos values their lifestyle in America than in their native homeland. The authors also remarks that Hispanics and Latinos should learn English in order to communicate effectively with native