I work with AI, not an expert though. Even these bottom tier coding positions will have unbelievable requirements, so keep that in mind. It might be cheaper to hire a person for 25k than license an AI software to fill that gap which that programmer is filling.
I don't think AI will completely take over everything in its current form. It's very good at specialized tasks though. By 2100 we will probably have a generalized intelligence AI, but there will be some gaps a human needs to fill I think.