That being said, back-end developers (even in PHP) will continue to be in demand, so it’s a case of choosing what’s right for you based on your existing skill-set, interests, time available to learn etc.
Also it’s ok to learn something may or may not be used at the job. For example, I’m expert in NG2+ but had to use React instead. Knowing NG definitely helped to learn React since both share similar functionalities. As of now, I would definitely learn both.
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