Existing projects will soon be rewritten in Angular 2. And not all new projects are written in 2 versions, since not all developers have mastered it.
On opforce often slip projects with Angular 1.2, 1.3 (the latest version is now 1.5.x)
So that Angular 1.x is worth exploring.
rubie_Kul answered on July 9th 19 at 13:39
It all depends on goals.
If you want to support old projects, then Yes, study is. The first version a couple of years developers will still support it. Jobs while there, and they are more than the second. But over time, these projects will either move to 2-a-Boo, or will become legacy code, saw that it is still fun. Well, the new projects there is no reason to start writing on the 1st thread.
Yes, vacancies in the second angular a little while, but the framework is in RC stage. Six months or a year of their markedly popribavilos.