I'm really happy in my new job. I'm here for 3 months now and I love my tasks, my colleagues, the company culture, my autonomy. I'm now in a job where I can see myself staying for 40 years and where sometimes it still feels like a dream. I was also really happy with my salary that was proposed to me on a yearly basis. Yearly I make 50k$ before taxes. After taxes I keep 30k$. I was at first very happy with that salary considering that I'm a junior, but now everywhere I hear that I should have asked more. I have to disclose that aside of that 30k$ net I also receive meal-vouchers of 200$ monthly and health-insurance that covers everything and retirement saving where my employer puts 170$ of his pocket in a fund that will release at the end of the 40 years employment. I don't know if I'm greedy or not but everyone told me that I make too little. That I should have asked for more. I'm a negotiatior (negotiating budgets) and I also draft legal language to be used and I write defense strategies to have other people drop their requests. I also estimate timelines in which a project can be concluded. Those are my tasks. I myself am actually happy with my job but it still eats at me that other people think I could have gotten more out of the deal. So, I'm wondering, in March 2022 I will have 1 year anciennity. Is that timely enough to ask for a pay raise?