(how did you get the word 'dickless' past the word filter? let's see if it works for me)
You can use this emotion in a positive or negative way.
You say you don't have the energy to look for a new job, but you have the energy to be hateful and bitter? that's not a natural state of mind, I believe it requires some energy to continue to feel this way.
Think long and hard about the concept of being angry at something else. Those women aren't responsible for your pain for example so why should you be angry at them? instead redirect the emotion at the things holding you back - lack of a better job, or anxiety, or whatever. Consider this as a thing separate from yourself. Then do your best to kill it. Sounds a bit counterintuitive to say the least, but it's led me out of long-term treatment-resistant depression, 1995-2009, requiesat in pace mother****er, and enabled me to take serious steps against social anxiety. Killed my awkwardness about phone conversations for instance, there are other examples.
Here's a simple example: for a very long time I was very obese. I am now less obese and shrinking quickly. What enabled this after over ten years of not giving a damn was calling the lethargy and laziness that've made me fat enemies, and trying to undo them. Obviously I can't attack directly with hammer and pliers..well, I could, but I've a feeling it wouldn't go very well.. so the method is indirect, exercise.
Certain Buddhist ideas about the nature of the self, as not a monolithic thing, might be helpful here. Jung also, specifically stuff pertaining to archetypes like the Shadow. Such CBT thougt isolation and stopping techniques as you can grasp, too.
And then all the anger and all the hate you can summon will only help you. Godspeed.