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4 Ways to Turn Around a Bad Job Interview — An analysis by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York found the unemployment rate for recent grads is just over 5%; compared to 2.7% for college graduates as a whole. Meanwhile, the rate of underemployment stands at 45% for this group.

How to Survive a Horrible Boss — Have you ever had a boss that was so horrible, you wanted to quit your job? If so, you aren't alone. A recent study from staffing giant Randstad found the number one reason people leave a job is because of a bad boss.

Wall Street Washed in Green — It was green across the screen today as the Dow saw its largest intra-day rally in eight weeks, jumping 296-points at the high. Monday was also the first time since February 17th the S&P had back-to-back gains. The longest drought of consecutive gains since April 1994.

Claman on Call: Markets End Lower for Third-Straight Day — The markets closed lower for a third-straight day, the first time in more than two months. The selloff knocked the Dow back into negative territory for the year. The Nasdaq was the big loser Wednesday as the index fell 2.37% for its biggest selloff since April 10, 2014.

Claman on Call: All Red on Wall Street — It was red across the board as the Dow, S&P 500 and the Nasdaq had its first back-to-back losses in two weeks. This as volume on the NYSE was the lightest its been in almost three weeks. All ten S&P 500 sectors ended the day lower.

Claman on Call: Red All Across the Markets — It was red across the board Monday. The Dow and S&P 500 alternated between gains and losses for eight-straight days. This is the longest stretch of back-and-forth action for the S&P in two year and six months for the Dow. The Russell 2000 briefly hit a new all-time high before falling back into the red ahead of the close.

Claman on Call: Russell 2000 Closes at Record High — It was a mixed day for the markets as the Dow and S&P 500 fell back into the red. The two major indices have alternated between gains and losses for six days. On the flip side, the Russell 2000 closed at a record high, the eleventh record close of 2015.

Help Wanted at These ‘Happiest Jobs in America’ — CareerBliss recently surveyed 25,000 working Americans over a two-year period, to find out if they were in jobs that made them "happy." The results found a surprise winner: school principal. Participants were asked about their feelings regarding co-workers, bosses, rewards programs, growth opportunities and a general sense of peace from their work environment.

5 Companies Hiring Right Now — My weekly segment 'Top 5 Companies Hiring' for the week of March 9th once again focused on health care. Plus, we saw another round of jobs available in the financial industry. How many times can I say it: if you want to be a financial advisor, the training is free?!

Virtual Career Fair for Health-Care Jobs — Year after year I repeat this phrase on Fox and Friends: there are more jobs in the healthcare industry than qualified applicants. 2015 is going to be the same story, and now there is a new virtual career fair offered that will connect potential applicants with healthcare companies.
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Jun 30, 2015

The last hour of Greece theoretically in the EU. Myself @Ajshaps @FBNATB @FoxBusiness guide you through #GreekCrisis final moments 4pmET

Jun 30, 2015

Love these two! Makes 3am alarm less daunting every day. @ Fox News Channel

Jun 30, 2015

She hid her pregnancy from colleagues. What should you hide at work? 825ET @foxandfriends

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