Translation:We are not interested in a career in engineering.
This sentence in English seems a bit unnatural. Perhaps "a career in engineering" or "an engineering career" would work better here.
The reason I ask here, is cause I'm not sure if I'm misreading the English, as it could have a few different meanings. (Initially I thought it was about some bosses not caring about their engineer's plight!)
“A career in engineering” seems good. Thanks, I have updated the correct solution.
"an engineering career" is flagged as containing a typo. "a engineering career" is incorrect.