1)If you don’t know the underlying principles of the web, you’ll eventually hit a wall thanks to the evolution of the language itself and the constant arrival of new frameworks.
2)Knowing pure JS will make you a key engineer who can solve complex problems (reason before frantic searching).
3)It’ll make you versatile and productive, both on the front-end and back-end.
4)It’ll give you the toolset to innovate, not just execute.
5)It’ll guide you on when to use a framework or not.
6)It’ll give you a better general understanding of how browsers and computers work.