A graduation season and -- three tips young women just -- -- a post on FaceBook after hearing them first hand from FaceBook phenom Sheryl Sandberg. Here's ABC's chief business and economics... See More
A graduation season and -- three tips young women just -- -- a post on FaceBook after hearing them first hand from FaceBook phenom Sheryl Sandberg. Here's ABC's chief business and economics correspondent Rebecca Jarvis to. She's one of the most powerful people in corporate America the CEO of FaceBook and author of bestselling book -- -- on the board at Disney to ABC's parent company. And on this graduation day at sequoia high school sheriff's -- burst in with a message don't let anyone quite limited time you know and -- she was here Sandberg sat down for a little straight talk with students her advice to the women of tomorrow. And don't be people -- the goal is not to be the most light. The problem art imitated either. Anomaly said John dictated don't feel they're carrying. But as they got older I can understand the difference between being bossy and just wasting my opinion. That employees is growing stronger women now the primary breadwinners in 40% of American homes. Another Stanford to go for that to green job even when you may not have all the experience they're looking for. We know that we don't get jobs -- don't apply for so when it says the rate of five years of experience. And you don't have it. There's a guy applying for that -- doesn't have because -- areas and and you might -- He might get it and you should -- but December its biggest advice be fearless -- graduates. With my congratulations. To you. Ask ourselves. What would -- do if you were -- Then finally ended and can't do -- congratulation. No fears and go live Rebecca Jarvis ABC news redwood city California.
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