Hi. Well, I think it's clear that most new web development is moving away from the servlet/JSP approach and towards higher-level frameworks such as Spring, Struts 2, and JSF.
However, a quick search on a typical job website shows that there is still plenty of demand for servlet/JSP developers. I suppose this is because there are still many legacy web applications that use servlets/JSP. Also, many of the concepts and skills for working with servlets and JSP also apply to frameworks. So, I think the servlet/JSP approach is still a good starting point for Java developers who are new to web programming.