This book is based on a longitudinal research project conducted at a university in England to learn more about the career development of undergraduate students. Government targets and the widening participation agenda leading to increased third level participation have resulted in the growth of a diverse undergraduate population, with differing needs and expectations. The research, therefore, comes at a time when universities and employers are concerned with enhancing graduate employability to ensure success in an increasingly competitive labour market. It is therefore important to understand more about how undergraduates approach their careers. The work has implications for career theory as a new typology for explaining undergraduate students'' career development is proposed.