My former titles
I was hired as a Computer Programmer with Control Data in 1978. I programmed a variant of PL/1 as well as assembly and helped write a relational database program. Then I used a 4GL (how many remember that?). Then I worked for Caterpillar designing relational database tables using an ER system (Entity Relationship). I learned SGML (Standard Graphical Markup Language) to write my documentation. That proved helpful when I started developing web pages.
Along the way, I also learned UG II (version 6), Windows 1.0 (!!!), Pro/ENGINEER, and a couple PDM systems.
Times change, but programming languages are still based upon if then, declaration statements, and loops.