I think AngularJS has more features but Polymer is more modular and designed to be more easily adoptable over time and also fit in with Web Components. I also think that a few things in Angular are hard to figure out, whereas this looks a little more straightforward. So if this Polymer thing could add some of the stuff that Angular has like routing with pushstate then I will definitely consider using it.
Its more than just base and stock - employers can also offer a bonus (sign-on, relocation, or end of year guarantee) and it does describe the benefits (vacation, health, etc) for each employer. The offer is as complex as the employer needs it to be in order to attract talent.