Clip Studio if you would like better drawing tools and a better brush engine at the cost of a Liquify tool. Also sacrifices performance during transform and warp. Besides that, the overall customization is a HUGE speed boost.
Photoshop if you prefer adobes baked in keybinds and access to Liquify and more advanced image editing tools. Basic brush engine included. Lazy Nezumi and Coolorus recommended.
Regarding the "industry standard", it doesnt matter. You can easily work on clip at home, photoshop at work.
"What about my brushes!?"
You can transfer your brushes to Clip by drag and drop.
Brush Density = Flow
Opacity = Opacity
You can literally make any photoshop brush because photoshop only uses Flow and Opacity for the most part.
If you like using photoshop cause its the industry standard and that means alot to you, even at home, then use it.
Otherwise id recommend clip but if you already use photoshop and are comfortable, then stay there. If you're looking to try out clip, then move to clip and rip the bandaid off.