With so many college graduates unemployed, or underemployed, I would like to propose the Intellectual Taxi Company.
Here's the solution: Someone wants to go to the airport and have a stimulating ride. They decide to discuss, say, Albert Camus along the way. They would call the Intellectual Taxi Company, and ask for a philosophy major.
"Hi. I'd like to go to the airport and discuss Camus on the way there."
"Great. We have a philosophy major, who is well versed in Camus and Sartre. You can discuss both."
"Fine. Send him over."
Best of all, regular rates would apply, not a premium. Plus, drivers' life experiences could be applied to those still matriculating. I say it's win-win for everyone.