Deck the Halls - Christmas is upon us. It's that festive time of year but don't let this fool you into thinking it would be fruitless not to apply for jobs at this time of year. If you're still unsure why you should be looking for a job this time of year read this blog on why it's a perfect time to get some applications sent off. Graduates and students will be making the trips home to see friends and family but after stuffing yourself senseless at Christmas dinner, it would do no harm to check back and scout out new opportunities you can apply for. At this hectic time of year for graduate recruitment we've seen some really impressive jobs maintain a top five spot. This is peak time for schemes to enter their final few weeks so competition is high. The jobs and schemes that have made it into this really are the cream of the crop. Take a look and get those post-turkey applications ready to send off. 5. Anglian Water - Asset Management Finance Scheme graduate jobs Making its debut in the #Hottestjobsintheworld, Anglian Water'f s Asset Management Finance scheme has proved the fifth most popular job of the past week. This scheme is a fantastic opportunity for graduates to learn their trade on various schemes including Investment Management Programme, Procurement/Supply Chain, Commercial Services and Geodesys Land and Property Information. As well as a progressive salary structure to run alongside the training really provides graduates with the chance to grow. 4. Lloyds - General Management role Lloyds General Management role has been resurgent and has seen the newly reformed high street bank return to the #Hottestjobsintheworld Top 5. This role affords graduates the opportunity to work at locations across the company while taking home a whopping £28,000. The two year scheme promises to train graduates for a long and fulfilling career in Management and Banking. 3. Aldi - Area Manager Falling from second place last week, Aldi's Area Manager role is still holding on to a bronze placed finish this week. The role gives graduates the opportunity to fast track themselves to a dynamic career as an Area Manager. Graduates wanting to gain themselves a place on this scheme need to be special and really show the German supermarket their skills and determination in team work and organisation. 2. Morrisons - Human Resources Scheme Morrisons, new up this week have just missed out on a fantastic first week on The Yorkshire supermarket is recruiting graduates across the company, but it appears their Human Resources scheme has pulled ahead from the rest. Morrisons are offering a full training programme and will only take on graduates who are read to get stuck right in on the first day. 1. British Airways - Graduate Programmes British Airways have managed to fly ahead of the chasing pack and hold onto the title for a second week. The various programmes by the international and prestigious airline are proving to continue to be popular. Maybe it's the weather but graduates are flocking to the schemes that could see them jetset around the world. The schemes include Leaders for Business, Finance, Engineering, Operational Research, Procurement, IT (Software Engineer and Infrastructure Engineer), Human Resources, Commercial Analyst, and Cargo. Despite the broad range, BA have the luxury to be extremely picky with the graduates they take on. They need at least a 2:1 and the ability to work and communicate quickly and capably.