Les, it's going to take some time to start feeling better.
You haven't put the reference ranges (please always do so if you post future results as ranges vary from lab to lab) but your TSH is obviously way over range and I imagine that your FT4 is below range.
The aim of a treated hypo patient generally is for TSH to be 1 or below or wherever it is needed for FT4 and FT3 to be in the upper part of their respective reference ranges.
You will need retesting and increases of 25mcg levo every 6-8 weeks until you feel well and symptoms abate.
When having thyroid tests, always book the earliest appointment of the morning, fast overnight (water allowed) and leave off Levo for 24 hours. This is a patient to patient tip and gives the highest possible TSH which is needed when looking for an increase in dose or to avoid a reduction. Also, it means that you can compare results accurately each time.
It's not unusual to feel worse at first but things will gradually improve. It takes 6 weeks to feel the full effect of a dose change.
If you don't feel well enough to work then ask your GP for a sick note (if they're still called that!) so that you have time for your Levo to start working and start feeling better.
It would be a good idea to ask your GP to test vitamins and minerals. These are often low or deficient when hypo and they need to be at optimal levels for thyroid hormone to work properly. Ask for