:) Maybe. It's not what you studied that matters, but what you learned. I was a creative writing and interdisciplinary double major. An English degree is a great way to learn critical thinking and communications skills. This comes through practice and spending significant time writing and researching. However, I do recommend double majoring in a more applied major (social sciences, engineering, math, etc). And an English degree in combination with many other degrees can go a long way.
Currently I do artificial intelligence research for a venture backed startup. Being an English major didn't automatically get me this job or any other jobs I had in the past. But it did set me apart. The communication skills were helpful when I interviewed. On the job I was able to communicate technical and complex ideas effectively to different audiences (managers, other technical colleagues, and non-technical audiences). Structured thinking, clear articulation of ideas, and the ability communicate through writing are all useful skills that will be valuable in your career search.
Let me add a note about communications as a degree. It is a fantastic career platform since all organizations need it and you can 'twist' a communications degree a bit to fit a ton of job descriptions. I sure did.
Good question, Devon, good luck!