I have been in the adjusting business since 1997 and I will admit it was a mistake to get in it back then. At the time, it seemed like a good idea. Here was this big insurance company wanting to hire me, they would train me and I liked the idea. Fast forward to the present time and my life couldnt be more miserable.
The truth about adjusting is that its a stressful field. All day long you go around looking at damage, meeting with people involved in accidents, etc. For those on the road, you drive hundreds of miles in a day. For those in the office, you get attacked on the phone. Management at any of these companies is usually not all that forgiving.
I will give you some honest advice. Read the posts in this forum. Do not get into adjusting. If its gotten this bad in life where you are considering adjusting as a career then consider moving to a state with low unemployment and starting over there.