Steve, you have more experience at dabbling with AI, then I do. I've got a ChatGPT account and have dabbled a bit with it, but there's a lot I cannot do at work, where I would test it as I deduce you've done. I think, but don't know for certain (because no one answers the questions as to why, when asked) that management doesn't want us using ChatGPT, GitHub Copilot, etc. Like many things on the Internet, it's blocked from our use. When I first joined my current employer almost every resource, such as Stack Overflow was blocked. It took me a couple years of arguing for the merit of being able to search for a solution to a technical problem or posting a question to upper management. The pandemic was great in that regard because I was working from home, so if I ran into something I couldn't look up using my work laptop, all I had to do was go to my personal desktop, ask the question there, then take the answer back to the laptop. Much faster than the 3 days it typically took (discover the problem, wait to get home to ask online, waste the next day waiting until I got home to read the answer, then take the answer back to work on the third day.) So, now ChatGPT, Bing with AI, GitHub Copilot are all inexplicably blocked.
To answer your question, I am not worried for the future. Yes, AI will remove a lot of jobs, but not all jobs. And I believe like any new technology it will create new jobs that didn't exist previously.