I am trying to say that a worker has a skill set that

  1. is highly transferable, and
  2. has wide applicability.

I used the adjective "versatile" to express the ideas. I wonder if that is the best choice of word/phrase that suits the situation. What is the right choice of word/phrase?

Maisie has a versatile skill set.

I don't want to write it like this: Maisie has a skill set that is highly transferable and has wide applicability.

Versatile (from Cambridge Dictionary): able to change easily from one activity to another or able to be used for many different purposes

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    Yes, that's fine. – Katy Aug 22 '19 at 0:49

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