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Looking for a new adventure.
We love to hear from enthusiastic, passionate people
If you are interested in joining our Arctic family please check the summer 2024 positions below and send your application form .
We have now filled all of our positions for this season 2023/2024, however if you want to apply for summer 2024 then we welcome your application.
We always love to hear from passionate people who are interested in experiencing ‘ Our Arctic Life ‘. We have welcomed many volunteers from all over the world to our kennel over the years, and we love to learn each person’s story and adventure. Let us know a bit about you, your availability and your expectations.
You will need:
- a good level of spoken english
- be both independent and enjoy working in a team
- have a hardworking and enthusiastic attitude
- minimum period of 4 weeks
- accommodation, either at the kennel (500NOK per month) or elsewhere
What we can offer you:
- full training into the daily routines of a dog sledding kennel
- on-site accommodation
- 5 day working week (approx. 8 hours per day)
- working outdoor clothes
- coverage on our company insurance
- We cannot welcome any pet dogs to live on site at the kennel, (this is due to restrictions with staff accommodation)
Whatever your previous experience or plans, get in touch and we will let you know if we have a spot for you.
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Join the Chasing Lights team!
Chasing Lights, Norway's # 1 Northern Lights tour company, is hiring!
We're a young, energetic and growing team looking for people who are able to infect others with their passion and enthusiasm. If you love meeting people, helping them and making them smile; if you enjoy discovering new activities, people and places — you'll fit in wonderfully here and we'd love to hear from you!
— Thomas & Veronica
Northern lights tour guide / driver.
Greenlander is a small family owned company. We thrive for best possible quality in equipment and services. Our core values include pro-nature approach in tourism, personal-touch boutique tours. We have been guiding/operating since 2013 with great success in tracking down Northern Lights and helping fellow travellers to fulfil their dreams.
Northern Lights tour guide / driver. Job’s task is to carry out tours in small groups, generally no more than 6 participants. Photographic background is a must, as we put lot of effort in photography and cannot allow compromises. Although it would be great, if you already worked as a guide in previous working life, it’s not 100% mandatory. Often it’s all about having right personality. All the necessary training is provided by us as long as you feel good to work on your own. Hope you like driving…in the dark…in the snow. 🙂 There will be driving and there might be lot of it per tour to find clear skies with Northern Lights. Also you would have to be able to help customers to get clothed for provided winter gear, to make a fire in a snow, to make sure everybody is feeling all right and to be able to set up all sorts of cameras for optimum settings for Northern Lights photography.
What we offer:
Friendly atmosphere with full support/training from our small team. Competitive salary. In case you are not from Tromsø, we’ll provide help with settling in. Potentially we offer you a chance of a lifetime, to be a bucket-list guy/girl.
What we expect:
Working as a Northern Lights guide is great, but can be tough. You need to be problem solver, as there might be unforeseen situations raising from nowhere. Also it’s super important to be fluent in social situations. Guiding takes place in English. Additional languages will be bonus, but not mandatory. As the tour price includes photos of customers and Auroras, you would have to be comfortable taking their photos, processing them and sending them to the customers latest on a next day.
Tromsø, Northern Norway.
To apply for a position, please send in your resume in English (including photography portfolio) and a motivation letter with at least 2 recommendations to an address [email protected].
Hei – good luck!!
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Like its predecessor, Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth features a number of jobs that Ichiban Kasuga and his allies can change between. As before, every character comes equipped with a starting job. Later jobs can be unlocked via taking tours at the Alo-Happy Tours offices in Hawaii and Yokohama. You can also change jobs at the various Alo-Happy Rooms scattered around the map.
Here is a list of every job available in Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth.
Alo-happy tours hawaii jobs, yokohama jobs.
Each party member comes equipped with one starting job. Some of these are useful and can be valuable to keep using long-term. Others are not so great, and you should switch your party members out of them as soon as possible.
As in the previous game, Ichiban Kasuga's default job is Freelancer. (Technically, he starts the game as a Hello Worker, but very quickly switches to Freelancer.) It is not a particularly useful job, and it is generally recommended that you switch Kasuga into Hero as soon as it unlocks.
Ichiban Kasuga's second default job, the Hero is a major upgrade to the Freelancer. Like in the first Like a Dragon, it focuses on physical damage using Kasuga's signature bat weapons. As a Hero, Kasuga can also heal and revive party members through his positive attitude and endless support.
Dragon of Dojima
Kazuma Kiryu's starting job pays homage to the skills he learned in the previous Yakuza games by letting him switch between Heat, Rush, and Beast Styles. It's a versatile job that includes multi-attacks, grapples, and Kiryu's signature Heat Actions for dealing even more damage. Best of all, this job doesn't use weapons, which can save you a ton of money!
This is the default job of Eric Tomizawa. Cabbies wield wrenches and are a flexible job, able to deal many different kinds of elemental and weapon damage. Notably, almost all of the Cabbie's weapons can be enhanced into more powerful elemental versions at Julie's Gearworks, making a Cabbie good for paralyzing, freezing, or burning enemies.
Chitose Fujinomiya puts her ballet skills and deadly charms on display in her default job, Heiress. The Heiress utilizes ballet-based attacks and can also heal allies, charm enemies, and temporarily allow Chitose to boost her own stats. Notably, several of her skills have the Grapple effect, which can be used to break enemies' guards.
Returning from Like a Dragon is the Detective job, belonging to Koichi Adachi. (Adachi's technically retired now, but once a detective, always a detective!) It's a hard-hitting job that overlaps a lot with Kasuga's jobs, but can let Adachi become one of your most powerful damage dealers. Note that, aside from a brief moment in Chapter 1, Adachi joins the party once job switching has been unlocked.
Nanba's back again, and, while his situation in life has improved a great deal, he's still a Homeless Guy mechanically. This skill-based job deals massive fire damage and can hit many enemies at once with several of its skills. However, it has fairly low HP and can leave Nanba relatively fragile compared to the rest of the party. Note that, aside from a brief moment in Chapter 1, Nanba joins the party once job switching has been unlocked.
Saeko Mukoda once again starts as a Barmaid, a job that swings handbags and sprays bottles of alcohol at the enemy. Unfortunately, similar to the previous game, Barmaid is not a great job, and it is recommended that you switch Saeko out of it as soon as possible. However, one benefit to Barmaid is that she can revive allies with the Essence of Remotivation skill.
The last new party member introduced in Infinite Wealth is Seonhee, who becomes playable after her key NPC role in the first game. Seonhee starts off as an Assassin, a job that takes advantage of her high agility and attack to do lots of physical damage. She can also use whips to paralyze her enemies, which is extremely useful when you're fighting large groups of foes.
Joongi Han returns with the default Hitman job, which prioritizes killing lots of enemies as quickly as possible. Like Dragon of Dojima, it's a varied job that can deal knife, punching, and gun damage. If you want to exploit enemy weaknesses, then Hitman is a great job to make use of. This job has very high attack, but fairly low defense, so you may need to boost Joongi's defense with armor or accessories.
Zhao, a Gangster, is another melee damage dealer - but not just that. The Gangster job possesses skills that can debuff enemies and heal allies, making it one of the most flexible default jobs. It offers both single-target and multi-target damage skills, making the Gangster a good choice for both taking down crowds of enemies and facing down bosses.
These jobs are unlocked via the Alo-Happy Tours office in Worldwide Market Village in Waikiki. You first visit this tour office in Chapter 5 of Infinite Wealth. The first job, Aquanaut, is free to unlock, but the rest require purchasing the associated tour.
Action Star (Male Only)
Requires Charisma Level 4. Unlocks via Parasailing Experience Tour ($200)
The Action Star is another heavy damage-dealing jobs, featuring several skills capable of slamming enemies into each other for even more damage. It focuses on single-target attacks, although the pushback feature does make up for that somewhat. One of the job's special abilities, Relentless Dragon's Dance, doubles the damage of your next attack, making this an excellent job for facing down bosses.
Aquanaut (Male Only)
Requires Kindness Level 1. Unlocks via Diving Tour (free)
Wielding surfboards and shredding the waves mid-battle, the Aquanaut is a flashy and visually exciting job that's also great in combat. It features a combination of healing moves and wide-range attack moves designed to hit multiple enemies at once. Some of the job's attacks even let the Aquanaut summon aid from the creatures of the sea, such as dolphins and jellyfish, to do water and electric elemental damage.
Desperado (Male Only)
Requires Style Level 5. Unlocks via Water Gun Shoot-out Tour ($1600)
The rootinest, tootinest cowboy in the West....er, in Hawaii...the Desperado focuses on dealing heavy gun-element damage to enemies. Some of the Desperado's shots also apply fire or water elemental damage, and can debuff the enemy by silencing their skills, poisoning them, or sending them to sleep. The Desperado is fairly fragile HP-wise, but does make up for that somewhat with the self-healing and status-removing skill Campfire Cookout.
Pyrodancer (Male Only)
Requires Passion Level 3. Unlocks via Fire Dancing Tour ($200)
One of the most fragile of the male-exclusive jobs, the Pyrodancer has unfortunately low HP and defense but solid attack and magic. Pyrodancers do a mix of physical and magical damage, and can attack with both the fire (of course!) and electricity elements. Notably, the Pyrodancer has a unique skill, Soul Predator, which allows him to heal himself by draining HP from the enemy.
Samurai (Male Only)
Requires Confidence Level 5. Unlocks via Trolley Tour ($1600)This noble warrior has high attack and defense stats, making it an extremely solid job choice for any party composition. While he's fairly limited in the damage types he can do, his greatest strength is that he can apply the Bleeding status effect to enemies and then utilize skills such as Shadow Cleave and Shadow Dance to deal bonus damage to bleeding enemies.
Geodancer (Female Only)
Requires Passion Level 1. Unlocks via Hula Tour ($200)
A magic-based job, the Geodancer is very valuable for the healing and support she brings to the team. Her skills have very low MP costs compared to most other jobs, but offer powerful effects including a group heal and the ability to buff magic, willpower, and evasion. Notably, the skill Breath of Life can revive an ally and restore them to half health - all for only 20 MP.
Housekeeper (Female Only)
Requires Kindness Level 4. Unlocks via Duty-Free Shopping Tour ($200)
Like the Geodancer, the Housekeeper is a job that relies heavily on magic. She is able to deal both fire and water elemental damage with her attacks. Despite being a mage, she's not actually that fragile, with fairly high HP and defense compared to other jobs. One of the most powerful skills in the Housekeeper's arsenal is Scrum Scraper, which can remove all buffs from an enemy. She can also steal money by sucking it up in her vacuum!
Kunoichi (Female Only)
Requires Intellect Level 5. Unlocks via Yoga Tour ($1600)
The female equivalent to Samurai, Kunoichi is one of the more powerful attack jobs available to female characters. The job boasts a mix of single-target and ranged attacks, and many of these attacks also inflict negative statuses such as sleep or paralysis. Her Substitution Jutsu lets the Kunoichi sacrifice her turn in favor of another team member, which can be useful if she can't hit an enemy's weakness while another can.
Unlike the Hawaii jobs, jobs in Yokohama are unlocked by reaching the Ijincho branch of Alo-Happy Tours in Chapter 8 of the game. You do not have to pay money to unlock these jobs. The Yokohama job set includes some popular returning jobs from the previous Like a Dragon game.
Breaker (Male Only)
Requires Charisma Level 4.
The Breaker is a massively powerful physical job that focuses on damaging single enemies, although it does possess a few attacks that hit multiple enemies at once. Breakers are excellent buffers, able to boost his own stats with every attack while also increasing the chance of landing a critical hit on the enemy.
Chef (Male Only)
As expected from a master in the kitchen, the Chef primarily dears fire elemental damage, although the job does possess some physical attacks as well. The Chef's attacks can cause a variety of status ailments, including setting opponents on fire and making them bleed. A unique skill, Wound Opener, takes away the bleeding status effect from an enemy in exchange for debuffing one of their stats.
Host (Male Only)
Another magic-based class, the Host can do both water and fire damage. It's a versatile job that can debuff the enemy, buff allies, and even steal extra items from foes. One particularly special skill possessed by the Host job, Wonder Cocktail, doubles the damage dealt by his next magic attack, letting him take out a major chunk of an enemy's health with a single spell.
Idol (Female Only)
The Idol is primarily a support job. She won't be doing major damage in battle - although she does have a few attack skills - but she can both heal and revive allies. Plus, the Idol can charm enemies with Impish Kiss and remove all status ailments from the party with Miraculous Voice. Idols also generally have high MP compared to many other jobs in the game.
Night Queen (Female Only)
The sultry Night Queen is a powerful attacker, able to deal physical and elemental damage. She specializes in fire and electricity, and can use her whips to paralyze enemies. A few of her attacks also have a chance to charm enemies while dealing damage at the same time. It is the most powerful attacker class available to female party members, and can allow Chitose, Seonhee, and Saeko to dominate the battlefield.
Sujimancer is a special job exclusive to Ichiban Kasuga. It is tied to the Sujimon Battling side activity. Kasuga can unlock this job by defeating Jack, the first member of the Sujimon League's Discreet Four. Having proved his mastery over Sujimon, Kasuga as a Sujimancer can now summon them in battle to do a variety of elemental attacks. Some Sujimon can even provide healing in a pinch!
Unlocking these special jobs requires purchasing separate DLC for Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth. Once you have the DLC, both of these jobs can be unlocked via the Hawaii location of Alo-Happy Tours.
Linebacker (Male Only)
Requires Confidence Level 5. Unlocks via Coconut Tasting Tour ($1600)
Inspired by American football players, this is a powerful physical job that focuses on inflicting the rage status in enemies. The Linebacker's ultimate ability, Essence of Endzone, deals more damage depending on how many Enraged enemies are in the fight. In addition to dealing damage, a Linebacker can heal himself and buff either his own defense or the defense of the entire party.
Tennis Ace (Female Only)
Requires Charisma Level 5. Unlocks via Resort Salon & Spa Tour ($1600)
This speedy job focuses on agility, allowing the Tennis Ace to attack quickly and take out enemies before they get a chance to strike. Most of her attacks do gun-type damage, although she can attack with the electricity element as well. Several of her attacks ignore Guard, while others knock foes back as though she were serving them from across a tennis court.
With so many jobs to choose from in Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth, you should definitely give them all a try. But if you're not sure where to start, check out our Best Jobs guide for some helpful advice.
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Indonesia election: everything you need to know
More than 200 million eligible voters can decide on 14 February between a former general, a former academic and a down-to-earth public servant
On 14 February, about 205 million people will be eligible to vote in Indonesia , making it one of the world’s biggest election days.
Voters will be selecting the next president of the world’s third-largest democracy, as well as choosing executive and legislative representatives at all administrative levels. More than half of those eligible to vote are aged between 17 and 40, and about a third are under 30, making the youth demographic key to the outcome.
The incumbent president Joko Widodo, known as Jokowi, is constitutionally barred from seeking a third term.
Who is running?
Prabowo Subianto, 72, a former military general and incumbent defence minister, is now leading the polls. His supporters perceive him as a firm leader capable of bringing stability, and he has promised continuity of Jokowi’s development plans.
Prabowo’s critics, however, point to allegations he was involved in the kidnapping and torture of pro-democracy activists in the late 1990s, and of rights abuses in Papua and East Timor. Prabowo denies any wrongdoing and has not been charged in a criminal court.
During campaigning, Prabowo, who has long had a reputation for having a fierce temper, has tried to show a softer side, using humour and dancing on stage at rallies . This is the third time Prabowo will run to be president. He lost against Jokowi in 2014 and 2019.
This time, Prabowo is running on a joint ticket with vice-presidential candidate Gibran Rakabuming Raka, Jokowi’s eldest son . This could allow him to benefit from the outgoing president’s political clout, but it has also raised concerns among some voters about dynasty building.
Anies Baswedan, 54, is former academic and was previously Jakarta governor. Anies has been viewed as the antithesis of Jokowi. He is the only candidate not to pledge to continue Jokowi’s project to move the capital city from overcrowded sinking Jakarta to Borneo, saying he believes there are other more urgent issues that require government attention, and that investment should be spread more equally between areas.
Anies previously served as Jakarta governor – a position he won in 2017 after a divisive campaign in which he was accused of courting hardline Islamic groups, fuelling identity politics. He is now running alongside Muhaimin Iskandar, leader of the biggest Islamic party, which has strong ties with Indonesia’s largest moderate Muslim organisation, Nahdlatul Ulama.
Ganjar Pranowo , 55, has had a long career in public service and is the former governor of Central Java. He is a member of the Indonesia Democratic party of Struggle (PDI-P) – the same party to which Jokowi has belonged as president. It had appeared Jokowi would support Ganjar’s bid to become prime minister – though Jokowi’s son Gibran was later announced as a running mate of Prabowo.
Ganjar has sought to portray himself as down-to-earth man of the people, as he tours the country to meet voters. He too has faced controversy in his role as provincial governor, including over a mine development in Central Java, which drew criticisms from villagers and activists.
He is running alongside coordinating security affairs minister Mahfud MD.
How is the winner decided?
Presidential candidates must secure more than 50% of the vote in order to win. If no one achieves this, then a run-off election will be held between the top two candidates in June.
What are the key issues?
The role of dynasties and the strength of the country’s democracy have been the subject of debate. There is unease among civil society groups, and others, that Jokowi is trying to retain influence even after leaving office. His son Gibran was only able to run as vice-president after a court, headed by Jokowi’s brother-in-law, tweaked eligibility criteria – a decision that provoked controversy .
More broadly, young voters make up more than half of the electorate this year, and candidates have been making a concerted effort to target them through social media campaigns. “All candidates are actively utilising social media platforms, notably TikTok and Instagram, which predominantly attract young voters. This scenario contrasts with past elections, where campaign strategies tended to be more conventional,” said Aisah Putri Budiatri, a political researcher at the National Research and Innovation Agency.
Young people are concerned about welfare and employment, she said, but added that while candidates’ policy platforms all mention these issues: “There’s a noticeable absence of discussions on programs tailored specifically for the youth demographic, with candidates often resorting to political gimmicks in their attempts to engage this demographic.”
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Europe's travel strikes: Flight and train disruption you can expect in February
When, where and what disruption you can expect.
Strikes are a regular occurrence in Europe, as employees withhold their labour to fight for better pay and conditions.
Walkouts are sometimes planned months ahead but others are announced last minute, showing that it always pays to check before you travel.
Luckily, we have gathered all of the strike information together below.
Read on to find out where and when are walkouts taking place.
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UK: Train drivers call rolling strike
Members of the Aslef union have called a rolling schedule of one-day strikes and an overtime ban between 30 January and 5 February .
The walkouts will impact different operators on different days, including Avanti West Coast, CrossCountry, East Midlands Railway, West Midlands Trains, GTR, LNER, Southeastern, SWR and TransPennine Trains.
Train drivers are in a long-running dispute over pay, which they say has not increased in five years.
London Overground strikes will also take place on 19-20 February and 4-5 March , union RMT has announced.
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Germany: Lufthansa strike to hit major airports
Germany is bracing for yet more travel chaos on 7****February as union Verdi has called for Lufthansa's ground staff to walk off the job.
The strike is set to cause flight cancellations and and delays at major airports including Frankfurt, Munich, Hamburg, Berlin and Düsseldorf. It will run for 27 hours from 4am on Wednesday.
France: Seven-month strike notice could hit Paris Olympics
Disruption is expected on the Ile-de-France bus and metro network as CGT-RATP has announced a seven month strike notice from 5 February to 9 September.
Workers at the state owned public transport company say they are walking out over pay. Strikes could hit during the Paris 2024 Olympics if a deal is not reached.
If you know of a big strike happening in your country that we have missed, we'd love to hear from you via Twitter .