The bad news (for some people) is that degrees are losing more and more value.
But that doesn't mean that they're already completely useless.
That might still take a few years.
After all, the majority of the people hiring you over the next couple of years are part of a generation that still believes in the value of degrees...
The good news (for most people) is that you don't need an expensive degree anymore.
What matters more and more is real world experience.
And real world experience is not just a lot more practical and useful than a degree but it's also a lot cheaper.
Not to mention the fact that once you have real world experience you probably don't even have to work for anyone else anymore...