Thanks for the best wishes! It's good to consider the career implications when choosing languages. Scala developers are in short supply, so the demand tends to be good. However, even learning a language just to provide a broader perspective is a good career skill. I've started learning Go recently, since Domino Data Lab uses Kubernetes, for example. There are ideas I like in Go, as well as things I don't like ;)
What Scala will teach you (and the reason I started learning it back in 2007!) is how to do functional programming, while providing OOP for its strengths. I like FP because it provides greater rigor, so fewer bugs, and it leads to more concise code. That's why I continue to prefer Scala over Java.
So, pick a language to learn every now and then for exploring new approaches, but also pick one occasionally because it's popular in the industry you are in or want to be in, like Go, for Kubernetes and other systems programming, and Python, for Data Science.