Here are the #HottestjobsintheWorld, the most popular jobs from the last 7 days. This week we've got a range of roles and schemes for graduates from a range of degree backgrounds. I like to ensure that our graduate users get to see the best possible opportunities and can see what everyone else has been applying to. If you think that because everyone else is applying to these roles you shouldn't bother, you'd be wrong. Many of the jobs that have made the list are not individual placements, but the companies are taking on a handful of graduates, so have faith and get your applications ready... Here are this week's #HottestjobsintheWorld...

5. Marketing and Communications Graduate Scheme - Transport for London

What you need to know: Two year scheme, with a £26,000 salary and working for one of the biggest transport networks in the world
What you need to show: 2.1 degree and great written communication, verbal, numerical and inductive reasoning Perfect careers available if you're interested in: Marketing, Advertising and Public Relations and Media Transport for London (TfL) are one of the largest transport networks in the world and they are looking for graduates to join them in their various Marketing and Communications departments. There is no surprise that this Graduate Scheme has made it into the Top 5 most popular roles. The scheme is rotational and can see successful applicants working in departments like the Press Office, Public Affairs, Customer Experience, Employee Communications and Engagement and many others, where they will gain a fully rounded training and development for a carer in Marketing and Communications.

4. Graduate Programmes - Kuehne + Nagel

What you need to know: Two year programme with an international forward thinking Logistics company, earning £24,000 and based across the UK
What you need to show: 2.2 Degree, full driving license and the determination and ambition to succeed in the competitive Logistics industry Perfect careers available if you're interested in: Distribution and Logistics and Management Kuehne + Nagal are a leading, global logistics company and they are looking to draft in their next generation of ambitious graduates to join them in a range of departments at the company. They have opportunities in a range of departments, Contract Logistics and International Freight Forwarding to Corporate Functions such as Finance, IT, HR, Resourcing and Communications. For the ideal graduate they are looking for them to have a full driving license, a 2.2 degree or higher and the ambition to succeed in a competitive industry like Logistics.

3. Junior Consultant - CHP

What you need to know: Based in London, with a £40,000 salary and working to improve asset management firms with cutting edge technology and consultancy services
What you need to show : 2.1 degree from a top university, ambition and the ability to see an end goal, break down the steps to get there Perfect role if you're interested in: Consultancy and Computing and IT
A more left field appearance for CHP's Junior Consultant role, but on closer inspection of the role it is easy to see why it has managed to bag a podium finish for this week's #HottestjobsintheWorld. With a staggering £40,000 salary, it is understandable to see the CHP are looking for the best of the best from the best universities. This is an exciting role where graduates will receive a month long training programme before they begin and including an intensive induction into the asset finance industry, software development and consultancy skills, before being assigned to a project where they can put their training into practice.

2. Graduate Opportunities - Santander

What you need to know: Range of career opportunities open at this international and high street bank with two different schemes you can apply for, but be quick, the application deadline is on December 31st
What you need to show : 2.1 degree, 280 UCAS points and passionate about your chosen area and prepared to work hard to succeed Perfect role if you're interested in: Banking, Consultancy, Management, Marketing, Computing and IT and Finance
Santander are a household name in banking and are a powerhouse in the sector they operate in. They currently have two schemes still accepting applications: UK Banking and Technology and Operations. These are schemes that will provide successful applicants with all the training and support they need to be successful in their chosen fields, as long as they put the work in. They are looking for 2.1 graduates who are bright and able use their initiative from an early stage. Santander's graduate scheme has a unique approach but one that gives graduates more chance to show their leadership potential from the very earliest stages of your career, together with a stronger foundation to realise their ambitions for the future.

And the official #HottestjobsintheWorld is...

1. Generalist Programme - Lloyd's

What you need to know: Based in London, with a salary of £26,000 and working with the oldest and most innovative Insurance firms in the world
What you need to show : Good academic record, a 2.2 or higher and sharp analytical skills and the ability to think laterally Perfect role if you're interested in: Insurance, Accounting and Research and Analysis There is no surprise that the Lloyd's Generalist Programme has take the top spot this week, if anything I'm wondering why it hasn't happened sooner. Lloyd's are an iconic organisation to work for. They are innovative leaders in the Insurance sector and have a long history in the field. They have a 24 month programme and are looking for sharp, academic and analytical graduates to complete four placements in both the Corporation and the market covering claims, underwriting and broking. Successful graduate applicants could manage relationships with international regulators or examine the potential impact of a catastrophe on Lloyd's itself. They might help underwriting specialists assess risks in the market or assist claims with assessing levels of loss. Wherever they are placed, they'll be guaranteed a fully rounded experience within Lloyd's.