Makes sense for your situation then for sure.Yes, here in Eastern Europe this is what passes as a decent salary considering half of all people take home less than that.
They looked at me like I'm an alien when I started asking about employee parking and bonus situation.
I'm in a small country and my expertise can only be used at a handful of companies, and I'm aware of all of them (I think). So unless I wanted to move out of the country, which I don't, there is not much I can do. Sure I could switch my focus, but I like what I'm doing and don't want to put 10+ years of experience on a shelf to do something completely different and start from the bottom of the learning curve again.
I don't like to take risks at all, I need to have a plan. I can't even go to a place without double and triple checking on street view where I'll park my car and how best to get there.
It is similar for me, unless some of the other players came out with an outrageous offer, one where I could save up enough money in a year or two to last me until retirement I'd not budge.