Like every Monday, we begin by rounding up last week's most popular jobs. In this week's #Hottestjobsintheworld, we offer graduates the most popular jobs of last week to ensure they are keeping up with the trends and not missing out on what graduates are applying for. Graduates should take a look and consider these roles because, while everyone is applying for them, they've got to be popular for a reason. Take a look and see if there's a career for you.
Here are the Top 5 #HottestjobsintheWorld...
What you need to know: 6 week scheme for penultimate year students to spend their summer with a top accountancy firm.
What you need to show : 300 UCAS points, predicted 2.1 and a desire to work in professional services.
This is a really exciting opportunity for penultimate year students to get some experience and set themselves up for a career in professional services. EY are offering six weeks paid internship at the company giving them training and a large insight into how professional services firms work. As one of the Big Four accountancy firms, EY would be an excellent place for students to consider their career.
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What you need to know: Junior Insolvency Administrator, responsible to senior staff and working in North London.
What you need to show: 2.1 degree, interest in business, business practice and accountancy. Accura Accountants are specialists in Insolvency and are looking for a bright young graduate to join the company in an administrative role. Successful applicants would be provided with full training programmes alongside support and the required professional qualifications. The graduate's main remit will be assisting the varied and small caseload, ensuring the business is running smoothly.
What you need to know: 2 positions available, based in Trowbridge and earn between £21,734 - £23,945.
What you need to show: Passion for local government, the democratic process and engaging the electorate.
Wiltshire County Council are looking for two graduates to join them in Trowbridge to help encourage, develop and implement the Council's governance arrangements and work with elected and co-opted members of the Council. With two positions available, Wiltshire County Council are looking for graduates with a clear understanding of local government, the democratic process and any understanding of administrative law would be a massive bonus. Fancy this? Try these Public Sector and Services