This in-depth report interviewed Latino youth between the ages of 16-25 using a telephone survey conducted on a nationally representative sample of 2,012. Areas explored include: attitudes, values, social behaviors, family characteristics, economic well-being, educational attainment, and labor force outcomes. The report also addresses trends in immigration, self-identification, and participation in risky behaviors. The importance of research within this particular demographic group is that life choices made during this period can have a significant impact on young adults' futures. It is also a time when young adults navigate their dual-identity as Americans and Latinos.