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  • Birth of the Latin American dream
  • Birth of the Latin American dream
    Ramon Bataller (2011) ©
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Birth of the Latin American dream

Millennials have broadly been tarred with the same brush; they're a generation deemed self-entitled, narcissistic, lazy and – ultimately – unhappy. But, while in the West debate still circulates as to how accurate these labels are, new research shows they don't apply to Latino Gen Y.

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