"She hurries to work."
Translation:Hon skyndar sig till jobbet.
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In general yes.
‘jobb’ is both the location and the occupation (in the sense of ‘I have a job.’), as well as being a generic term for a task (just like ‘job’ in English.
‘att arbeta’ is ‘to work’ in the sense of ‘to do some work’. It’s not limited to working in the context of a job though, performing any kind of work can still be described as ‘arbetar’.
There is also ‘att verka’, which, in addition to the meaning taught in this course of ‘to seem like’, is ‘to work’ or ‘to act’ in the sense of causing something to happen.