Pros: Working from home every other day, flexible hours, socials and catered lunch once a month, two weeks paid time off around Christmas, monthly meetings that boost moral, recognition of hard workers, growth within the company, potential for advancement, co-workers are friendly.
As a designer the work is not creatively challenging, the deadlines are extremely tight, and there is almost zero time for exploring good design. Working in the office can feel isolating because almost everyone stays at their desks. Currently no benefits, but they are working on getting health care/retirement in the future. Pay isn't the greatest especially when in the first 90 day period of being hired.
As a designer, if you don't really care that much about good design then you should definitely consider this job. But, if you are the kind of designer who's ambition in their career is to constantly learn, improve your skills, and create stunning work, then this job is not for you, and I grantee you will become frustrated with the way N2 designs their ads and publications.
Over all this is a really good job straight out of college for entry level designers without a lot of experience. Don't expect to be designing anything deserving of an ADDY or AIGA award. These definitely are not cutting edge design publications.