Besides the healthcare coverage and vacation days what else is there?
Different companies offer all sorts of benefits from in-house daycare, to free food or vending machines, to discounts on health club memberships to vouchers for public transportation to work-at-home options, etc. etc.
Most companies are pretty transparent about what they offer as benefits and often spell them out on their Human Resources' pages. I would suggest choosing 4 or 5 positions you would have interest in and visiting each of their company's websites where you can compare and contrast what is offered, what is not, what is the same, what is different.
Do realize that these are benefits - "extras" - and I would suggest not making these the primary variables for making a job decision. Yes, I think it's important to think about how benefits can optimize work/life balance. Just don't forget the importance of how the nature of the job itself will contribute to overall career fulfillment.