There is no need to go in the field of EA again as you've taken the decision of leaving that field for better growth and your interest in HR. However, you'll have to start again as a fresher in HR because you currently don't have experience required in HR. You've to compromise in salary for a year. Consider 1 year as your training period and learn as much as you can by gaining practical knowledge with working in company. No books or institute can provide you the practical knowledge. With the skills and degree you've, I am sure that you'll reach the salary and designation you deserve sooner or latter. But, yes initially, you''ll have to compromise on salary part.
10th February 2018 From India, Ahmedabad
I really appreciate your guidance !!!
There is one more thing i would like to ask you that My Current Company where i going to resign next month, they will give me the Experience letter mentioning my position as an EA (EX. Asst to Director) .Will it be good for career in Future.
13th February 2018 From India, Haridwar
Experience letter of EA to director will not be much useful in HR but atleast you require it to show it as a proof to your future employer as you'll mention it in your resume. But, the experience will be handy if you're getting the profile of HR & Admin, in that case that experience letter will be added advantage for you.
13th February 2018 From India, Ahmedabad