Fresh college grads are probably worried about the job market, but this season's commencement speakers talked about "world," "country" and "service" instead. The New York Times measured the frequency of key words in 40 speeches this spring, and “money,” “happiness” and “success” didn't show up very often, perhaps making the point that young minds ought to think less about themselves and more for the greater good. Novelist Jonathan Franzen rhapsodized about “love” and “passion,” using the words some 40 times. Sheryl Sandberg, the chief operating officer of Facebook, naturally mentioned “Facebook” a lot.
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