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as difficult as the time I, yes ME, helped my physics professor solve quantum relativity... ON THE MOON! But it depends on what languages, what work, your area, how you present yourself, any past records that can hold you back (criminal records, social media posts, financial decisions, etc.), your resume, and portfolio. Scary thing is, more people are choosing programming as a career or job choice so competition is rising; how would you stand out above the rest?
The more programming languages you know, the better as it shows your understanding and experience of programming