There are many replies already, but I’d like to contribute my two cents.
Ten years ago we had the second version of the iPhone, the 3G version which was very fast back then. The iPad didn’t exist. Websites weren’t responsive like they are now. Some had a mobile version. No cloud, no internet of things, no retina screens, etc. It seems more like twenty years to me now.
Ten years ago I couldn’t have dreamed that one day I’d write this reply in this wonderful place.
Ten years ago I worked in Mental Health Care. Now I learn how to code and I’ve already built a website for a society. I study UX as well. All of it online, on Danish and American platforms, together with many thousands of other students from all over the world.
Ten years is a very long time nowadays. The world is changing fast. No one knows what techniques, devices, programming languages, robots, AI, VR, AR or whatever else we’ll be welcoming in the coming years.
And who knows what climate change, changes in economy, global trade, demography and so on will bring us.
The only thing that’s certain is that you’ll have to get out of bed every morning to go to work for most of your future life. And that it is very likely that you’ll also keep studying for most of your working life.
You better make sure you fill your life with something you enjoy doing. And keep an open eye for all the new stuff in the next ten years and for all the opportunities that’ll come with them.
I wish you lots of fun with web development and lots of strength in making your own decisions in life.