Professor Navin Manglani notes that as long as legacy systems stay around, there will be a need for Common Business-Oriented Language (COBOL) programmers
— July 13, 2020
Excerpt from Forbes -- "The fact is that many COBOL programmers–who come primarily from the Baby Boomer generation–are retiring. There is also the issue that the language is no longer taught in schools. 'Very few folks are learning COBOL,' said Navin Manglani, who is a professor of technology at the NYU Stern School of Business. 'But as long as legacy systems stay around, there will always be a need for COBOL programmers.'"