What is the best paying programming language?

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Hi everyone! I am new to this forum and new to programming. I am very interested in enrolling in courses and starting my programming education BUT I am super curious to know, What is the best paying programming language? I want to learn the best of the best to secure the best paying job I can in the future after I've learned and gained experience.

Any insight & experience you could share with me?

I truly appreciate any info you can share!

Best,

Sergio
 
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In general, all languages are very well paid, but the main thing here is gained experience.
I would advise you to start with the simplest JavaScript and then follow the steps to acquire skills that will help you earn well in the future.
 
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Acquire familiarity with DOM Manipulation, and creating practical applications! HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript.
 
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Well, in general, there are many languages that pay really well, for example, I can name a couple such as Ruby on Rails,
Scala, Python, JavaScript.
If you have thought about learning and understanding a language, then you are well done!
 
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Hi everyone! I am new to this forum and new to programming. I am very interested in enrolling in courses and starting my programming education BUT I am super curious to know, What is the best paying programming language? I want to learn the best of the best to secure the best paying job I can in the future after I've learned and gained experience.

Any insight & experience you could share with me?

I truly appreciate any info you can share!

Best,

Sergio
Languages like Solidity (blockchain) and ABAP (SAP systems) can be very lucrative due to a niche demand. However, they require specific knowledge beyond general programming.
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