ATHENS - However Greeks vote in Sunday's historic referendum on a bailout plan, they know they're headed for tough times ahead.
Sophia Lewis, left, with PSEG Long Island, speaks to an attendee about employment opportunities during a June 30 job fair at Citi Field in New York.
Major airlines, in conjunction with each other, are limiting seat availability to keep prices high; a phenomenon being examined by the U.S.
World stock markets mostly drifted lower Friday ahead of Greece's weekend referendum, while China's main stock benchmark plunged as government efforts failed to reassure panicky investors.
The European Central Bank claims it can calm any regional market turmoil that follows Greece's referendum on Sunday. Saving the country's banking system will be harder.