I’m sure that’s very frustrating. Different brands and models are different sizes. The Leviton are among the deepest. Home Depot is pretty good about publishing the exact specs if you want to compare particular models before you buy them.
There are electrical box extenders that you can buy, but then the entire box will stick out of the wall a little bit so you need to also get a beveled switch plate to handle the extra rise. Your local Home Depot should have some of the box extenders for around two dollars each , or you can buy them online. They are frequently sold for use when people are installing tile in kitchens and they need to extend the electrical box so that it stays flush with the tile. But they also work fine to give you just a little extra depth. Get one that is UL rated and you won’t have to worry about fire safety
Then you’ll need a “deep” switch plate to cover the extending box. Kyle switches happens to have a particularly good selection online, but again your local Home Depot should have some of these.
Kyle also sells some “switch plate extenders” which are just a square box cover plate that gives you the extra height that way. So that’s another option.
So there are several choices, all quite inexpensive.
Yet another option is to use a thin in wall micro like the Qubino or Aeotec Nano, but for multi gang boxes I think it’s easier to use an integrated switch and just use a box extender. But different people like different styles.