We do not know your situation or education or anything so impossible to tell. With the prices in Denmark it does not sound too good. Always counter offer at least with like 38k.
If you think you can do better then wait for another offer.
depends on the currency. For example 32k russian rubles equals to 420 usd and i can of course belive u get an offer of 32k rubbles , cuz i also would not pay u even a ruble more than that.
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If it's a yearly salary then no, not in Denmark anyway.
Only if you get to live in Italy with your model gf
If its yearly or if its monthly then either way this is pretty useless question. You know the answer already depending on which one it is.
If it`s per month it`s a good salary in any country of the world. If it`s per year then it`s not very good.
yearly sure if your in your early 20's or so. But if you have rent/mortgage utilities it could be somewhat difficult... Because you have to remember 32k per year but taxes will bring that down to mid to low 20's
32k a month is okay for a DJ.
depends on the country but i think its not for denmark
depends on where you live, what the frequency of this figure (monthly or else) and what do you need to do in the job
seems you are not the biggest DJ out there, but still decent.
depends on the time span: 32k per month? very good mens. 32k per year: still good but much less so
im working as DJ in Netherlands and my salary is 32kUSD/month, that's not bad for me
If it's a yearly salary, it is good, I don't know what any of these people are on about. If it's a job that can take less than 12 months, its a good salary. If it takes more than 15 months, it's decent and sustainable.
For me it's more than the necessary, money doesn't matter, do what you love
If its russian ruble then no xD
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32K is good only if its per hour.
Depends on location in the country. Here in the UK 32k can be an amazing salary one place then poverty in other places
depending on if it is in dollar or renminbi
What a vague question. Is it DKK, USD or Euros? And is it monthly or yearly?
32k in Denmark is low af... but depends what job, how much education u have had and work days/holiday time and shit like that
Hard too say. You're missing 2 dimentions.
I'm guessing dkk a month, so I'd say not really. But depends on your part, if your an intern who deliver coffee go for it, if you're a lead role I don't think it's that good. Btw is it before or after tax? Sometimes I calculate my after tax salary as my "salary".
How can somebody live from that hahaha enjoy slavery with no happiness at all