This is a classic case of survivor bias - yes, you survived, but the "coding" industry was irrevocably changed when that skill became a commodity. If any "first worlder" is happy with a defined ceiling and the threat of being outsourced at any minute, then coding is the job to be in.
If not, then be that business integrator who moves the pawns on the board. It doesn't mean you forget your technical skills (far from it, actually), but you won't be practicing them. Others will.
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