Short answer: pretty much equal on paper.
This brings us to a very important point that could save you time and money. Instead of looking at languages that accommodate Junior job seekers best, pick the job you want to be doing.
This one is very subjective, and not quite on our side. Let’s say you work an office job that has to do with a lot of numbers and/or data. Even on the scale of your own team, you can optimize a lot of processes like reporting with basic Python knowledge and some tinkering with the pandas library.
Overall, Python is more stable when it comes to all the language’s development. The arguably latest disruptive challenge was introduced in December 2008 with the release of Python 3.0. Python 2.xy code was not backward compatible but Python Software Foundation kept supporting Python 2 until January 2020. Other than that, major Python 3 updates happen about once a year.
Special thanks: Jiin Jeong