In the modern world things move fast and businesses are now turning to graduates more and more to help them remain at the cutting edge. This has seen asurge in popularity for jobs in technology and all this advanced. In this week's #HottestjobsintheWorld we've got ways to keep retail empires, banks and even the country at the forefront of technology. So what are you waiting for? Here are the Top 5 #HottestjobsintheWorld...

5. IT Graduate Scheme - Lloyds Banking Group

What you need to know: Nationwide opportunities, salary of £22,500 to £25,000 working to help the banking across all departments.
What you need to show: 2.1 in a related discipline, keen development focus and bags of commitment.
Lloyds Banking Group are looking for the brightest and best graduates to help them redevelop across all areas to keep up with the ever changing world. Lloyds Banking Group are looking for graduates who are able to assess problems and help drive the bank forward. Graduates looking to apply for this role need to be able to show not only the required academic qualifications but also prove to Lloyds Banking Group that they are great team players, flexible and have a passion to succeed.
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4. General Management Programme - Capgemini

What you need to know: Various streams of the programme during a two year rotational programme. What you need to show: Potential to be a future business leader, confidence and versatile approach to tasks. Capgemini are one of the largest and most prestigious graduate employers. They are offering a well renown scheme for ambitious and focused graduates to apply for. The scheme is a two year rotational programme allowing graduates to receive the best training depending if they want to go into the following departments: Finance, Real Estate, IT, Sustainability, HR, Legal and Marketing. Graduates who are successful in their application will have to have shown that they are capable of meeting and rising to challenges and confident communicators to ensure team work is maintained during a project or task. Interested in this area? Why not try these Management, Technology and Consulting.

3. Technology Graduate Scheme - John Lewis Partnership

What you need to know: Working in Central London, £26,000 and on a range of interdepartmental technological improvements.
What you need to show: 2.1, related degree not necessary but must have a passion for technological advancement. Graduates looking for an exciting start in the world of technology and retail should look no further and get their applications ready for this fantastic scheme from the John Lewis Partnership. The Partnership are looking for graduates who are versatile enough to work across departments and who want to drive the business into the 21st Century. They are looking for confident, motivated people with a variety of skills, who can inspire others and solve problems by thinking creatively. Alongside this, graduates can expect to be provided with the best support and training available, this includes an international placement during year two as well as the opportunity to study for PRINCE2 - all designed to give graduates a solid foundation on which to build a rewarding long-term career.
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2. Graduate Traineeship - Edge Hill University

What you need to know: 2-year Traineeship with 4 vacancies, salary of £17,678 and an excellent structured training programme. What you need to show: 2:1, graduated in the last two years and experience in a business environment. Edge Hill University's Graduate Traineeship is a varied scheme, giving successful applicant a taste of the business world. One of the main aims of the programme is preparing graduates in key areas to ensure future career prospects. Because of the competitive nature of the scheme, Edge Hill University are looking for excellent communication and interpersonal skills, graduates who will be able to build effective working relationships at all levels. They will also be able to produce high quality, accurate work under pressure, prioritise their workload effectively, work flexibly and demonstrate creativity and initiative.
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And the winner is...

What you need to know: Nationwide scheme working with one of the biggest supermarkets operating in the UK, £41,000 and a great long term career opportunity. What you need to show: 2.1 degree, endless enthusiasm and drive for success, a full UK driving license and that you are a born leader. This is always an extremely popular job with graduates, and why wouldn't it be? The MI5 Intelligence Development Officer role is a challenging way to start a graduate's career. They are looking for graduates to join them on the front line of National Security. Intelligence Officers will start out working on their Foundation Investigative Training, after this they will specialise in one of the following areas: international counter terrorism, assessment, Northern Ireland related terrorism, counter intelligence (espionage) or cyber intelligence. After a further two years in this specialism, graduates will become fully trained Intelligence Officers, helping keep the UK safe.
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