The sentences are from "English Grammar Practice" by L.G. Alexaner.
In this exercise according to the book's answer key only "are coming" and "are asking" are correct in #7 but both the present simple and continuous are correct in #9.
- "People are always coming in and asking me to help them".
Isn't it also correct to say "People always come in and ask me to help them"?
In #9. "I am enjoying (or enjoy) the job and I am finding it very amusing.
If the person is currently enjoying her new job if this is a current situation most books say only "present progressive" works. Sentence #9 the book says both are correct: "I am enjoying (or enjoy) the job and I am finding it very amusing."
In the same exercise it says "I am missing you" and "I miss you" are both correct but it doesn't say "find" is correct in "My colleagues are always finding things in books." The text is about a librarian and it describes strange things people use as bookmarks.