One of the many misconceptions about the Hispanic culture, is that we are lazy. But on the contrary, Hispanics are some of the hardest working people out there. Latino's are the backbone of the US and they are willing to work overtime for minimum pay in the jobs that are unwanted by most. These people live to provide for themselves and for their families under meager circumstances and still get labeled as a lax ethnicity,
I see no reason why someone who has come to a country that promises opportunities for a better future should be automatically stereotyped. People who have traveled from so far all around the Americas, have had the hardest journeys to get to what they feel would be an upgrade to their lives. Most immigrants experience events that some of us would never even dream of, and they overcome it through their perseverance, hard work, and the need to survive. They should be accepted on their arrival and not shunned or looked badly upon just because their communication levels aren't up to par. We as a people can all understand the meaning of hard work and speak its language, but not very many can communicate appreciation, or the appreciation for the struggling worker behind the scenes.
If it weren't for Latino workers who are willing to get their hands dirty, we wouldn't have food on the table, clean houses, working cars, childcare, cowboys, great food, intellectuals, professors, writers, mathematicians, scientists, artists, the list is endless. The world needs Latinos because they are hardworking and NOT lazy.