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Both "task" and "job" can refer to a piece of work.

My first task/job will be to get to know my way around the office.

But "task" is often a hard or unpleasant duty.

"Errand" is a short trip to do or get something.

Can you let me have the car tomorrow? I've got a lot of errands to do.
You did a good job! You do good work!

"Job" is a countable noun.

You get a job to earn a living.

"Work" is an uncountable noun. It refers to the activity, nature or place of a job or business.

The work on the new airport should be underway soon.
What kind of work do you do?
You can reach him at the office. He should be at work by now.
Learning English can be hard work.

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