It all depends on what you're being paid for at work. If you are doing VB6 work and are absolutely positive you'll be doing it for the next year or more, you'll want to concentrate on VB6. However, the future, whether folks like it or not, is VB.NET. To prepare for what you'll be doing down the road, learning VB.NET and .NET in general is the way to go.
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