Drexel is like most educational institutions in that they expect a lot and don't pay you as much as you could earn in the private sector. However, in return, you get a huge winter break off (between Christmas and New Year's) with the occasional day or two in addition. The health care is great, as well as the 403b options (12% when you only contribute 7% is amazing and unheard of elsewhere). Additionally, when I got really sick, I was able to take FMLA without issue. I had to turn in the paperwork and use up some of my sick time, but I have more sick time than I will ever use. If anyone wants to have a baby and get paid for it - just start working here at 22 and wait until 5+ years to have your baby. You will then have enough sick time to take off all 10 weeks with full pay!
All this and I didn't even mention the tuition remission. All undergraduate courses are free and the graduate courses are free as well for employees, but you have to pay taxes for grad.
So work here when you're young and get a second or third degree in order to further your career. Drexel is great!