Being a good manager can depend on how versatile you are and how you adapt to change. In this week's 5 most popular jobs, we have three different examples of what it takes to be a great manager. Whether it's a passion for the area of business, an restless ambition to be the best or the ability to muck in with tasks across company, managers need all these traits to be a success. So here are the Top 5 #Hottestjobsintheworld...

5. Decathlon - Graduate Retail Management Scheme (Coventry)

What you need to know: Based in Coventry, £18-22k and managing all aspects of the business.
What you need to show : A love of sports, relentless energy and a keen sense of service.
International sports retailer, Decathlon, are looking for graduates to join their team in Coventry. Decathlon pride themselves in providing successful applicants with all the training they need to succeed in running a business. Whether this is recruitment, training, management, stock or marketing, Decathlon will help successful applicants make their shop a success.
Sound good? You should also check out these sectors: Customer Service, Management and Retail

4. PwC - Work Placement Programme

What you need to know: 11 month and 6 month placements in Strategy, Deals and Assurance, based in locations across the UK, undertaking real work on real projects.
What you need to show: Be on track for a 2:1, at least 300 UCAS points and a willingness to learn.
PwC is one of the largest professional services firms in the world and they are offering work placement programmes for ambitious graduates to experience what work is like in the professional services world. Successful applicants will be exposed to a range of experienced professionals and trainees while on the scheme and will benefit from the wealth of experience that they can provide.
Your kind of area? Look here: Accounting, Consultancy, Management and Finance.

3.Tesco - Supply Chain Scheme

What you need to know: Supply chain scheme to enter a great career at Tesco, working in stores and out in the field and full training provided.
What you need to show: 2:1 degree, 300 UCAS points and strong analytical and problem solving skills.
One of the country's biggest supermarkets are looking to find graduates who can help them keep moving and make them an even more slick company. The Supply Chain Graduate scheme at Tesco is for graduates who are organised, analytical and ready to get stuck in and make at difference at such a large company. Supply chain is not just about getting the stock to shops, but managing the stock, the stock's individual requirements, managing unknown loss and so much more. Fancy this? Try these Distribution and Logistics and Retail

2. Aldi - Area Manager

What you need to know: Based in locations across the country, £41,000 per year and full training provided. What you need to show: 2.1 degree, full driving license and elements of determination, competitiveness and team skills. The Aldi Area Manager scheme is a fantastic opportunity and always close to featuring in our #Hottestjobsintheworld top 5. Graduates who are successful in applying for this scheme need to be fully prepared to work hard to ensure Aldi succeeds, however they are rewarded handsomely for it. Close, but not right for you? Take a look at these sectors: Management, Retail and Customer Service.

And the winner is...

1. Enterprise Rent-A-Car - Graduate Management Trainees

What you need to know: Locations across the UK, competitive salary and the best support and training available. What you need to show: Dedication, commitment and that you are prepared to go that extra mile for the customer. Enterprise Rent-A-Car are looking for graduates who are passionate about providing a great service and are looking for graduates who want to work their way to the very top. Enterprise is proud to have a massive graduate intake and that many of the senior managers and directors at the company entered on this scheme. Graduates are afforded the responsibility and training that can make them succeed at Enterprise and are expected to put the work in, with no task viewed as beneath them, especially when they first start. Interested in this area? Why not try these Management, Retail and Customer Service. By James Howell