Yeah, about 25 years. I don’t really mean learning new hard skills like, python or R. Those are easy enough to learn (or ask the resource manager to find someone to staff). Everyone can use some career mentorship though.
But with the past year of Covid, dealing with my wife and her 60+ hour a week career and our small kids (not to mention my racist hick inlaws), it’s a lot of stress and frustration. I’m starting to feel kind of like a cross between Michael Keaton’s character in Mr. Mom and Jack Torrance from The Shinning. My wife is always stressed and short with everyone. And the kids are constantly DADDY! DADDY! DADDY! DADDY! And it’s not like starting a new job will make any of that go away.