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Basically I asked this question in the industry and yes there are still companies that use Fortran consistently in their departments but its more of a stone age program now steadily being transitioned out it is beneficial to learn yes in most cases of it there was still groups or project teams working with this language who are probably getting paid better or a little more just for knowing it you can easily transition over after all the more you know the better asset you are to a company yes but I was told it was pointless to learn because most are transitioning away from it because of its limitations so far I'm versed in Matlab, Java, C++, and Arduino Programming I don't think I need Fortran anymore but I would still recommend reading some material on it. If you learned Java Programming it looks like from me reading the manual that Fortran is quite similar with different verbal usages you can easily transition or catch on too it quickly so I would recommend reading up on a crash course for it online that's what I did probably would be pointless to put here but never hurts I guess.
Literally no self respecting "scientific department" uses fortran anymore because of it's limitations. I actually agree with giving fortran as little attention as possible in order to make people move forwards, not backwards.