The phrase 'Jack of All Trades, Master of None' refers to a person who is competent in many skills, but is not outstanding in any of them.
Example of use: Josh refuses to study one profession. He fails to understand that a jack of all trades is a master of none.
The idiom 'jack of the trades, master of none' originates from Elizabethan English. The idiom was famously used by Robert Greene in his 1592 booklet 'Greene's Groats-Worth of Wit' where he refers to William Shakespeare with this idiom.