As a graduate student with interest in Verification career, which is a good methodology to start a job in - a team that uses UVM or a team that uses Specman? Does this matter at all? What are the pros and cons of each? There has been a lot of talk about UVM and a lot of focus on it with many job profiles requiring UVM knowledge. On the other side, there are roles that doesn't bother about UVM and are rather happy to have no UVM exposure as their team uses Specman.
As a grad student currently applying for job openings, does this difference in methodology matter? Is UVM something that would put you above the pack and offer you a better professional future with time? Should I be focusing on learning Specman as well? How would starting a career with Specman be different as compared to starting a career in UVM?
Can I please get suggestions from the industry experts?