The two countries, along with New Zealand, Australia and Japan, have become the top three employers in the world for both the sexes.
India has been one of the most popular employers of both men and women for the last three decades, and it is predicted that by 2020, the number of Indian workers will increase by more than 50%.
The country is also the most populous country in the Asia-Pacific region, with over one billion people.
A report by the International Labor Organization (ILO) said that Indian workers were the highest-paid in the region.
The ILO found that the average salary for women in India was $1,000 less than in the United States and Japan.
The wage gap between Indian men and Indian women is a big concern for women who live in poverty and face high unemployment rates.
The ILO estimates that in 2020, over 1.2 million Indians will be out of work.
It is expected that by 2024, India will overtake China as the world’s biggest source of jobless people.
However, the gap between the genders is expected to widen further, according to the ILO.
The number of men and female out-of-work Indians is expected rise from 6.7% to 7.1% in 2020 and 10.6% to 11.5% in 2024, according the report.