Developers now use this for:
These uses are enough reasons in themselves to learn this beneficial language, but there are even more benefits for adding JS to your resume.
This is a higher-level language and the syntax closely mirrors English. This makes it easier to learn, understand, and write. There also is not a required set up to run programs written with JS and it runs directly in the browser. It is a great first language but also one that experienced programmers can learn quickly.
After a 2008 update, this is now the fastest dynamic language. Since it runs and loads in the browser, JS is relatively quick to load its effects. There are also a number of ways to reduce load time thanks to the supportive developer community.
Since it has been around 25 years, there is a large community of support with forums and resources. There are almost 1.5 million libraries which makes it easy for coders to utilize and write code at a faster pace. This can also help with debugging issues since so much code has already been written and tested.