I "love" some of the ads I've seen... they start with needing only 2 years of experience but want a full stack developer that is also an expert at database design, keeping the entire application and multiple servers performance tuned, must be an expert in 3 different versions of "C", anything and everything having to do with Java ,Python, PowerShell, and more, must be an expert in SQL Server, Oracle, Postgre, MySql, Access, and AWS Redshift, must be an expert in Power BI, SSIS, SSRS, SSAS, SSSB, and a couple of other 4 letter words, must be an expert mentor in everything having to do with all the SQL for all the previously mentioned RDBMSs, must be an expert in troubleshooting and designing all code. must be an expert in things like partitioning, indexes, index maintenance, an expert at anything and everything having to do with the SAN and S3 storage, have a good understanding of Azure as both a DBA and and a Developer, must be able write all testing, and write the company standards at the same time with gathering requirements from customers, must have a minimum of a Bachelor's degree in computer science AND statistics, but a Master is preferred, and must have multiple certifications including Cisco certifications and be a Windows ninja, must be able to do updates to all of that, must take part in 24/7 on-call although you'll be the only one working there, and it's an entry level job with salary commensurate to experience with a cap at 60K.
Yeah... let's apply for that. I wouldn't apply for that for 300K per year. In fact, I actually turned one down for 325K. It was just stupid and anyone that writes such an ad is stupid. Period.