...in myself: I have lots of empathy with the Rover workers who've just been laid off. Knowing redundancy is imminent was no fun for me either. Even though for me, it was last August, it is just starting to sink in, especially as I now work for far less money and debts are starting to get the better of me. I've always made money outside of work but now I'm having to rely on this more and more. The stress is no fun. I've had lots of interviews for better paid jobs that, on paper, I should have breezed through. But for some reason, I fall at the first interview despite good feedback. There always seeme to be someone who fits in better. I dont seem to have the right 'face'. I seem to be doing well where I am (is fate trying to tell me something?), but here they are notorious for their low pay. It just about pays the bills but leaves little for anything else. Should I just plug away, keep at it, lose a few years while paying off stuff (4 years left)? Anyone want to try and cheer me up?