Whilst not as old as Iggy Pop I still have Rust For Life: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_lJqBsrShys
I'm not sure I have used Rust enough to say "usually". Just now I'm working on a project that:
Pulls data from traffic radars and forwards it to our "cloud" using NATS: https://nats.io/
In the cloud that NATS stream of proprietary binary protocol is parsed and decoded into object detections. Which are forwarded back to NATS as messages in JSON format.
Another process pulls those detected objects from NATS again, does some statistical analysis on them and pushes that to our Cockroach database: https://www.cockroachlabs.com/
A Rust Rocket webserver provides an REST API customer interface to that database.
Basically Rust has taken the almost every place we would have used node.js before.
Now if only I could get my partner on this project off of Python...