1. Freelance Contracting
Try offering your services/skills gained from your college degree on the open market. Plenty of businesses use out sourced subcontractors to do work that is atypical and outside of the office. Temp services can also provide placement outside the ordinary.
Numerous organizations exist that provide volunteer opportunities to people wanting to gain experience relevant to particular educational pursuits. Offering a foot in the door and providing networking within the organization/field, later employement can be garnered being an insider on new openings. Many of these volunteer experiences can be far from a typical office.
3. Self employment
Exploiting the knowledge and experience you have from your degree gives you an up on entrepreneurs without college in their backrounds. This is true even if your degree is not in business, some profitable niche or novelity can be identified applying information obtained from classes you passed. Staying abreast of current advancements in the relevant areas through the field's peroidicals can help gain insight into potential venture opportunties.
Either through further education in related subjects, advancement of a degree, or instructing, a college graduate can find employement and stay out of the office by never leaving the classroom. Being a colleague's/professor's study subject/research assistant can also be rewarding fiscally and in making contacts.
If the 8-5 typical office job is all that is available where you are then relocation maybe a realistic option. If you venture far enough the normal job for the natives may be far from an office or typical.
Ofcourse many graduates find employement completely outside the field of their degree. But if you are looking to be outside an office and avoid the typical, almost every area of collegiate study offers some way to earn a wage that is not typical or confined to a office. Just look deeper into the field if you are having trouble finding one.