If your skill set is applicable to different industries, then working in different industries is normal. From an employers perspective, it's a good thing that your next job after the one I hire you for is not at a competitor, but in a completely different sector.
But from your description I guess you had at least 6 different jobs in less than 12 years. As an employer I would be ill advised to hire you for any role that I need for more than 2 years. I would probably not develop you as much as possible, because compared to others, I will have to assume you will leave rather sooner than later.
So what you need to do if you want employers to invest in the long-term you, is to explain to them that you are not going to leave them after 1.5 to 2 years. And it needs to be convincing, because you will need to convince them of something they cannot see in your record. How you do that is up to you and your personal situation, but you will need to explain that something changed for you and that your goals have changed.