Well, there's for HTML and CSS but unfortuantely getting well paid is proving to be challenging. Whether you use Dreamweaver for it or not is up to you.
Now, being a front-end coder nowadays means a lot more than HTML and CSS (although you can specialise, of course) and my only issue here is how you use DreamWeaver. Because if you only use the WYSIWYG view, chances are that you don't control what you're doing and you leaving important decisions to DW's automation and understanding of the code... and that's always a bad, bad idea. No software, no matter how good it is, can substitute hand coding.
Something else is if you later go to code view to clean all the rubbish left behind by DW, or your use the mixed one, where you see both coding and WYSIWYG and code by hand but viewing the result at the same time.