The last few years, especially since the pandemic of Covid 19, have given way to an astronomical rise in how data is collected and interpreted for business intelligence and decision-making. As new digital technologies emerge to assist and enhance businesses, the Data Analysts will become more and more valuable leading to exceptional career progression and job security. Many Greek and Multinational companies are actively seeking to employ successful graduates with studies in Data Analytics and Data Science. As the demand for Data Analysts continues to grow across various industries, companies require skilled professionals who can analyze, interpret, and translate data into actionable insights. A graduate from this field, holds all the necessary technical and analytical skills for working in open high demand roles such as Data Analysts, Data Scientists, Business Analysts, CRM Consultants and more.
Hotel industry is an ever-evolving and growing sector which demands the best of skills and knowledge from its managers. To be a successful hotel manager, one needs to have a blend of technical skills and personal qualities that enable them to effectively take control of the day-to-day operations of a hotel. In this journal, we will discuss some key skills that a successful hotel manager should possess.
Studying Sports Science and Coaching at New York College of Athens can provide a wide range of benefits.
The British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy, or BACP, define counselling as:
“Counselling and psychotherapy are umbrella terms that cover a range of talking therapies. They are delivered by trained practitioners who work with people over a short or long term to help them bring about effective change or enhance their wellbeing.”
So basically, students meet their counsellor at a specified time, at a designated place (New York College Campus in Kallithea) for six sessions, to either bring about effective change or to enhance their well-being.
School violence and bullying are significant problems in Greece that have gained increased attention in recent years. School violence is defined as any form of aggression (i.e., physical, psychological, or sexual) directed against a student by other students, teachers, or school staff (United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization [UNESCO], 2019). Bullying refers to repeated aggressive conduct over time, characterized by a power imbalance between one or more perpetrators and the victim. Bullying occurs between students and can take one of four types: physical, psychological, sexual, or cyberbullying (UNESCO, 2019). Both school violence and bullying can have detrimental effects on student's academic performance, health, mental health, and social development.