HomeAnnotated BibliographiesWork-Integrated Learning Developing Career Management Competencies Among Undergraduates and the Role of Work-Integrated Learning Share: Section NavigationSkip section navigationIn this sectionAnnotated Bibliographies Capstone Experiences Conditions for Meaningful Learning Global Learning Internships Learning Communities Mentoring Service-Learning Student-Faculty Partnership Undergraduate Research Work-Integrated Learning Writing Transfer In and Beyond the University Reference List Entry:Jackson, Denise, and Nicholas Wilton. 2016. "Developing Career Management Competencies Among Undergraduates and the Role of Work-Integrated Learning." Teaching in Higher Education 21 (3): 266-286.About this Journal Article:Denise Jackson and Nicholas Wilton’s research determines and evaluates the impact of WIL on the development of undergraduate students’ career management competencies. As a result of their research, the authors claim that work placements and other variations of WIL positively impact the development of opportunity awareness, decision-making learning, and transition learning. The research in this study was conducted by gathering data through self-assessment with an online survey.