I like GUI based languages which are fun to write.
Looked at your Arduino lately? Do you see a place to display that GUI? I certainly don't.
Look at your fancy GUI on the PC. How much of that code did you write? How much do you understand? How much was just "magic"?
The fancy GUI full of buttons and sliders and text fields and tabs needs callbacks to actually DO anything. That's boring work. We'll get someone else to do that. I don't think so.
Once you get past the fancy GUI builder which is fun to play with but accomplishes very little (and Visual Studio has them for C/C++ and C#), you need to write code that accomplishes stuff.
Learning to think logically, so you can develop useful code is not restricted to a given language. Learn one. Whichever floats your boat this week.
Then, nest week, when you want a job as a programmer, it might be important to know what language(s) employers expect you to know. A little clue. The list will be longer than one entry.