I find it amazing how passive people are towards it. They don't try to adjust their sleep schedules in anticipation of the change. It's no wonder that heart attacks, strokes, and other health issues skyrocket around DST (convenient excuse for vax deaths, too). I also find it hilarious that people think adjusting to DST just takes one day - maybe some people are lucky and have more flexible sleep/wake times, though.
Personally, despise it. I tend to only feel sleepy around 1am or later (no matter what I do, and trust me when I say I've tried everything), so when the clocks roll forward an hour, I am guaranteed to get 1 hour less of sleep unless my job does not start too early. The thing is, my system simply never adjusts, and I remain mindful of the effect of DST on my sleep, from March all the way through November. When DST ends and the clocks go back to normal, my sleep is much better (the one thing I enjoy about the winter).
I usually get around this by either asking my manager to start later, or taking remote jobs in different time zones. My entire job selection process is based around this.