In an interesting research, it was found that women are actually above the glass ceiling effect, and that is in the hospitality industry. Sok et.al (2009) conducted a study among 20 women and 20 men in the hospitality industry about various career development opportunities and programs, and they found the results were better for women. The results showed that women took less years to reach the Chief Executive Officer position in the hospitality industry compared to others. Women also worked for more number of years in the hospitality industry than others and felt greater work satisfaction in this industry than others. Hence, it is seen that glass ceiling is a phenomenon which is being created and if it is possible to be removed or have its effect diminished, it is also possible to have it removed in other industries. It is just a matter of will and determination to replace the old thought process with a fresh and renewed one. That said, there also arises a question that hospitality industry being a service industry requires women on a natural basis and that is the reason they are being hired more succeed faster than men. Considering this, it is important to implement such strategies in other industries where it becomes necessary to give more options to women first than hiring men, providing some relief to the removal of glass ceiling effect.