Like a Dragon Infinite Wealth: How to Unlock & Change Jobs [Guide]

Published: Jan. 25, 2024
Updated: Jan. 25, 2024

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In Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth, it's possible to change the jobs of the heroes. Alex, our expert on Sega's Yakuza series, explains how to unlock jobs and where you can change them.

Everything you need to know about unlocking and switching jobs (TLDR):

  • Jobs become available from Chapter 4.
  • Complete the "Let's Get Alo-Happy" substory to unlock jobs.
  • To make all jobs available, raise Ichiban's personality stats to level 5.
  • You can change jobs in the dressing room at Alo-Happy Tours.

Like a Dragon Infinite Wealth: How to Unlock Jobs

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In Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth, "jobs" refer to the later selectable subclasses (possibly even character classes) of the heroes. Under the "Party" section of the pause menu, you can view the jobs of Ichiban, Chitose, Namba, and others at any time, but they cannot be changed at the beginning. This is indicated by lock symbols next to the numerous entries in the character's job list.

To unlock jobs, the following requirements must be met:

  • Game Progress: You must have progressed through the story to at least the fourth chapter, "In the Ghetto."
  • Personality: Ichiban Kasuga's personality values—Passion, Style, Confidence, Intellect, Charisma, and Kindness (see the image below)—should reach at least level 3 to unlock multiple jobs immediately.
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Personality values for Ichiban can be viewed under the "Personality" section in the pause menu.

A Visit to Alo-Happy Tours: "Let's Get Alo-Happy"

Once you meet the requirements mentioned above, head to Alo-Happy Tours in the northeastern part of Waikiki (Hawaii), specifically in the center of Aloha Street. Walk north towards the Worldwide Market Village until a cutscene begins. Refer to the screenshots below for reference.

In this cutscene, you'll encounter two enthusiastic Alo-Happy Tours employees who want to introduce you to their service. This event is actually Substory 31, "Let's Get Alo-Happy." But what does a travel company have to do with hero jobs?

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The employees of Alo-Happy Tours in action. (Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth)

The answer is simple: Alo-Happy Tours offers tourist activities in Hawaii that inspire Kasuga and his friends to adopt new combat styles, i.e., jobs. By participating in these activities (which you must sign up for at the Alo-Happy Tours counter), you gradually unlock jobs like Aquanaut, Pyrodancer, Detective, and Action-Star, provided you meet the specific requirements.

Job Costs

By improving Ichiban's personality values to level 3, you already meet the requirements for several jobs. However, only the first activity (and thus, the Aquanaut job) is free. Each additional job costs a fee ranging from 200 to 1600 dollars (as shown in the image below).

To unlock all immediately available jobs, Ichiban's personality values should consistently reach level 5. Each job challenges a different attribute, with Confidence being particularly important. It's recommended to upgrade Confidence to level 5 first.

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Some of the available activities in Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth.

Like a Dragon Infinite Wealth: Change Jobs

While you might expect to change jobs conveniently through the party menu, the reality is different. Changing jobs can only be done by revisiting Alo-Happy Tours, where you need to enter the changing room (see the image below).

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To change a hero's job, you must visit the changing room of the respective Alo-Happy Tours branch.

Since the Hawaii map is quite extensive, Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio developers kindly placed two branches of Alo-Happy Tours in Waikiki. In addition to the main branch south of the Worldwide Market Village, there is another branch in the west of paradise, on Anaconda Boulevard. Refer to the screenshots below for their exact locations and appearances.

Curious about gameplay from Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth? We've recorded a one-hour video showcasing a mission, the dating mechanics, and open-world gameplay.


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How to Quickly Improve Ichiban's Personality

Since personality values play a significant role in jobs, you might wonder how to improve them quickly. While there are no lightning-fast methods, two effective ones are:

  1. Aloha Links: Use the opportunity to connect with people marked with emotes on the street by waving at them. This not only expands your network of friends but also improves a random character trait.
  2. Ounabara Vocational School: By attending this school and participating in various tests (quizzes), you can drastically improve personality values. The only catch is that you'll have to pay several hundred dollars for each of the tests. Additionally, you should have some prior knowledge of topics like sports, professions, or even Sega to answer the randomly selected questions correctly. Otherwise, you'll have to repeat the tests until you memorize most of the answers. On the bright side, a test is considered passed if you answer 3 out of the 5 questions correctly.
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The green marker in the top image indicates the location of Ounabara Vocational School. (Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth)

If you have any questions or comments about this guide, feel free to leave us a comment or send us a message through social media and Discord (via using the provided link.

Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth is available from January 25, 2023, for PC (Steam), Playstation 5/4, Xbox Series X/S, and Xbox One. The price for Sega's action RPG is 70 euros across all platforms, with a total of 19 DLCs being offered. These include not only cosmetic items but also those that provide in-game minor advantages to purchasers.


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