Background: A state-of-the-art literature review was conducted to gain current insights into teaching requirements for primary/kindergarten through twelfth grade business education teachers. Purpose: The purpose of this exploratory study was to describe the major teaching responsibilities for business education teachers as communicated through job postings with an emphasis on the increasing subjects within Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. Method: Using a state-of-the-art literature review, data were analyzed using two websites that aggregate and post teaching jobs nationally. Categories were established to describe the teaching qualifications, responsibilities, and expectations of future business teachers which included broad versus specific job requirements, states that were hiring, preferred degree attainment, school type, business education subjects, and part-time versus full-time jobs. Discussion: There were limited job postings that were specific to the field of business education and more of a trend towards broad teaching responsibilities. More full-time jobs were requested than part-time jobs. Conclusion: Analyzed data also suggested which business education and S.T.E.M. courses were in-demand as communicated through job postings. Some in-demand courses included general business, Marketing, and Information Technology. Other in-demand courses categorized as STEM courses were Computer Science and Programming.