As the Class of 2015 heads into the real world, Fox News Channel hosts, including Sean Hannity, Bret Baier and Megyn Kelly, shared some stellar advice for graduates. 

On "The Five" today, the panel took a look at what their fellow hosts had to say. 

Watch the clip above to hear the wisdom they have for graduates and check out some of the highlights below.  

Bret Baier

"The best advice I ever heard or read about life was basically to keep it on the road. If you have a dream and you don't know how to get to it, don't worry just stay on the road like you're a car without headlights, just keep on driving."

Charles Krauthammer

"Learn something, do something, achieve something, create something outside of yourself. When you're old and gray, you can look back and contemplate the self that emerged from the you that did something. As Nike would say, 'just do it!'"

Sean Hannity

"Whatever your dream is find a way to get there. Even if you're not paid a lot, do it for the love of what you do." 

Megyn Kelly

Let us know in the comments what’s the best career advice you’ve received.

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