I get 22 vacation days, 15 sick days, and 3 personal leave days. State insurance is cheap and expansive. If you work for the state a long time, you get health coverage (which you put into), as well as you can retire after 25 years, I think
Overall, strong package for employees with benefits. Many part time employees, however, have no benefits.
The benefits package is great- excellent health insurance and 401K. The only negative is that you now need 15 years of service to receive any benefits at retirement, and although they hire many people part time, they don't count those years towards years of service. I worked 20 years part time before becoming full time, and none of that time counts.
I was an intern and the staff is very kind. I would recommend interning here especially if it's your first one or if you need something that is not too heavy on the work load.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.