Similar question, 'hacemos' can also mean 'we make' so shouldn't, 'we make many things at my job' also be correct given we aren't given any more clarifying information?
Trick is a trick. Here the 'trick' is to notice the change in the person; WE do... in MY job. This kind of 'tricks' appear far too often, so obviously they are deliberate. At my work at school the lesson number 1 is : " Never do unnecessary tricks to the students, or you loose their confidence." That's happening to me right now.
"We do many things at my job" was my answer and it was marked wrong because they translated it as "we do a lot of thing in my work". Could someone please explain to me what is the difference between these two sentences?