There are more than 1.8 million people graduating from college this year in the U.S., and as they begin their careers and begin paying off student loans, they’ll need to know how to manage their finances.

Here & Now‘s Peter O’Dowd talks with CBS News business analyst Jill Schlesinger (@jillonmoney) about her financial advice for college graduates.

Gaby Gemetti thought she was failing. After having a second child, she struggled to be a good mom and also a good employee.

"I felt like I wasn't a good mother," she says. "I was waking up in the middle of the night thinking about, 'Oh, my presentation,' or just work in general."

So, even though Gemetti was moving up the management ranks at a top tech company in Silicon Valley, she gave up the job four years ago to stay home in Santa Clara, Calif. As hard as it was, Gemetti's decision was particularly driven by her son's needs, when he started requiring regular therapy.

In the latest WXXI Business Report, Randy Gorbman finds that there are efforts to get more businesses and nonprofit organizations to pay a livable wage, especially for people who come from disadvantaged backgrounds.

Plus, the latest employment numbers for the Rochester area show a modest gain in jobs, but it’s the continuation of a trend; and two local printing companies combine forces.

A new proposed federal law aims to stop robocalls cold.

U.S. Sen. Chuck Schumer is a co-signer of the bipartisan proposal known as the Telephone Robocall Abuse Criminal Enforcement and Deterrence, or TRACED, Act. He said the legislation would empower the federal government to fine robocallers $10,000 per call.

In the latest Business Report, Randy Gorbman finds a new fitness business that's starting up with a focus towards people that have felt shunned by other gyms.

Kodak is re-introducing industrial x-ray flim, and Conduent is getting new leadership.

Eastman Kodak is reporting a net loss of $18 million for its first quarter. But that’s an improvement compared to the loss of $25 million a year ago.

Revenues for the first quarter of $291 million were lower than the $318 million of a year ago.

The company says it saw strong year-over-year growth in some key product lines including Kodak SONORA Process Free Plates.

T-Mobile and Sprint have announced that if their merger is approved, they will locate a Customer Experience Center in Henrietta which would employ about 1,300 people.

Last February, the companies announced that the Greater Rochester area would have one of five new T-Mobile Customer Experience Centers, and on Tuesday, the companies offered more specifics.

T-Mobile also released the findings of an independent economic analysis from the Center for Governmental Research in Rochester which show that the new facility would generate 500 to 600 jobs in addition to the 1,300.

Supporters hope that their efforts to change an 80-year-old law that excludes farmworkers from many of the protections afforded to other workers in New York, may finally meet with success in the all Democratic-led State Legislature. 

In the latest WXXI Business Report - after Frontier announced they'll close their Henrietta call center in July, Henrietta Town Supervisor Steve Schultz says there is the potential for 1,000 jobs to come to town - likely call center-type operations. 

Also, there's change coming to the leadershp at The Bonadio Group, and news that Constellation Brands has bought a majority stake in a Tennessee whiskey maker.

Wegmans has revealed the date for its first New York City location. That store in Brooklyn is scheduled to open on October 27.

The company says it is now hiring and training to fill 350 part-time jobs at its first New York City location.

Recruitment for 150 full-time positions for that store began in January and is ongoing. In total, the Brooklyn Wegmans will employ 500 people.

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