How to Change Jobs
You can change a character’s job by vising Hello Work. However, the job change feature can only accessed when you’re in the middle part of Chapter 5’s main story. At first, only a few jobs can be accessed and it depends on each party member’s current base rank and job rank.
|Job System Guide||All Job Guides|
Available Jobs for Male and Female Characters are Different
Various jobs can only be accessed by either male or female characters. Other than gender, there are no other restrictions for choosing a job for characters.
Increase Personality Stats to Unlock More Jobs
When changing Kasuga’s current job, some jobs may require additional “Personality Stat” levels other than his base rank.
For example, if you want to change to a Foreman job, you heed to have his Charisma personality stat at level 3 aside from reaching base rank 15.
Increase Bond Levels to Unlock More Jobs
When you change your party member’s jobs, “Bond Levels” are sometimes needed in order to shift to new jobs. Each character have their own bond level requirement apart from the base level needed to change to a new job.
For example, if you want to change Nanba’s job to a Chef, you heed to have his Bond level with Kasuga at level 2 aside from reaching base rank 15.
How to Increase Job Ranks
Characters gain experience by winning battles. Increase each of your party member’s job rank by defeating more enemies. New job skills are also learned while raising the job rank.
Some consumable drink items bought from vending machines can give bonus job experience points. Also, there are accessories that can boost job experience points when equipped so keep browsing the equipment shops.
For example, you can buy a Mysterious Blush accessory for Saeko’s default job, Barmaid. This item can be bought from the adult good shop, LOVE Magic.
Once equipped, it can increase the amount of job experience points earned by 1.5. This makes her catch up with your other party members since she can be only recruited in Chapter 5.
Carrying Over Elements of Jobs
Some jobs skills that are unlocked from the previous job will become a character skills. These skills, once unlocked, will become permanent to your characters. When you shift to a next job, your these skills will be accessible in battle.
Select Costumes for your Jobs
Lastly, when you changed to a new job, you have the option choose an outfit to wear during battle.
Some costumes are free while some must be purchased as DLC such as special costumes that are representative of characters from previous Yakuza games.
Other Strategy Guides
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|Permanent Events||Beginner's Guide||Personality Stats|
|Job System||Substories||Part-time Hero|
|Battle System||Status Effects||-|
|Passion Guide||Confidence Guide||Charisma Guide|
|Kindness Guide||Intellect Guide||Style Guide|
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Yakuza: Like a Dragon Recommended Article List
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|Main Story Walkthroughs||Substory Walkthroughs||Part-Time Hero Side Quests|
|Boss Guides||Character Guides||Character Jobs|
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