Generalizing about the majority of JS developers doesn’t really help get your point across and is a straight-up insult to many people that work hard to learn the language and its tools and develop software in it.
If you plan to maintain a project for over 2 years… Well, first off, good luck to you maintaining 2-year old code on the current JS ecosystem that changes so rapidly without rewriting it, as dependencies change and code gets deprecated. Secondly, if you have a system that lasts that long, you usually have a lot of code to maintain. How exactly doesn’t shorter and less verbose code not help maintainers? It makes it easier to identify the problems and fix them, also read through the code and get on board.