We say I go to work and not I go to job. Likewise, we say I am off work at 5 pm today and not I am off job. What is the difference between work and job?
'Job' is a countable noun, and needs an article to be used in this way. 'Work' is a non-countable noun and doesn't need an article.
I go to work every day.
I go to a job every day.
I have work to do before I can leave.
I have a job to do before I can leave.
I hope this helps.
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