When you go to Artstation it's like... characters everywhere. But I suspect this is a false impression created by the fact that characters are just more impressive. More people have emotional reaction when looking at a character than when looking at a piece of environment. So characters get likes, characters get promoted to the front page. But I'd argue it takes more time to learn how to create characters (anatomy etc.) than to create environment, so it's very implausible that there are more character artists than environment artists. Character artist can create some environment or props when needed, but environment artist without knowledge of anatomy would be absolutely clueless at creating a character.
Therefore there should be more environment artists as it's easier and the demand for character artists should be higher. Is my conclusion true?