Thanks for sharing. I can really relate to these feelings - in 2016, I finished a degree and was not sure what to do with my life. Caused me quite a bit of 'existential angst'. I think the current pandemic situation would amplify these feelings, so perhaps they will ease with time? During my bachelor of design, everyone was getting design internships, networking and planning for job interviews etc etc. I wasn't interested in any of that and felt terrible as I felt I was just finishing my degree for the sake of it. And I know you said you're not sold on just continuing to study... but I also didn't want the classic 9-5. So I finished my degree and then enrolled in a master of teaching. Now, I can teach art/design and it's perfect for my lifestyle! Perhaps this first degree is a very important foundation for something yet to come?
Do you feel like your degree is closely linked with your identity? This sounds so cliche, but maybe you need to balance out your degree with some hobbies and regular self care? Find something you're passionate about outside of work or study. Such as film and television or houseplants or a giant artwork for your wall... find something that excites you without the pressure of productivity, careers or the future... find something just for your self care and enjoyment. Maybe this will help you feel a little more grounded?
I'm really not sure though, this is tough, especially in the current circumstances.
Perhaps my ideas are totally off on the wrong track. Let me know :)
PS: those people that are figuring it out: some are, some aren't. When all my friends 'figured it out' before me, I felt left behind. Now /I/ have figured it out. Some of them have progressed in their careers and are happy with their choices. Some have quit jobs, gone back to study, changed industries... there is no timeline for life. You've got this <3