Send to Work

How does a Bitizen go to work?

In summary:

In details:

There are 5 important topics that you need to know:
  1. 1.
    The Importance of Stamina
  2. 2.
    The Influence of Graduation
  3. 3.
    The Influence of Skills
  4. 4.
    The Length of a Job
  5. 5.
    The Advantages of Transport Modes

1. The Importance of Stamina

  • A Bitizen can only be sent to work if stamina is available
  • Each accepted job consumes one stamina
  • Stamina can be recharged daily by Resting (renting a place)
  • The rented property type influences on how many staminas are generated
  • Rest is instantaneous, you don't need to wait.
Read more about "Stamina System" here

2. The Influence of Graduation

Once a Bitizen has available stamina, it is ready to go work. In order to do, go to a Bitizen's page and click the button "Go to Work"
When starting up this command, 10 available job and their salaries will show up:
  • 5 jobs requiring Middle School
  • 3 jobs requiring High School
  • 2 jobs requiring College
Jobs are offered randomly out of a server list with hundreds of options and will not necessarily be equivalent to the greater skill of your bitizen. Salaries are obviously higher for higher-grade jobs.
Read more about "Graduation System" here

3. The Influence of Skills

Every bitizen has abilities that are called skills. They allow you to discover the work environment in which a bitizen feels more productive and generates more BTZ.
  • Each job spot has an emphasis on one of the skills.
  • That Skill number generates an extra bonus from 0.2 BTZ to 2.0 BTZ.

4. The Job Length

  • The total time a bitizen spends on his/her work is 4 hours.
  • A bitizen can only perform a new job when the previous is completed.
  • Therefore, bitizens can only be sent back to work after 4 hours (if stamina are still available)

5. The Transport Advantage

If you want to optimize your time, Transport Modes allow players to schedule the next group of jobs of a bitizen automatically. Enabling players to access the game only once a day.
Read more about "Transport System" here