We now know that gender distribution in Britain's "gig economy" is male-dominated almost to the same extent as many C-suite offices and the corridors of power. 

New research by Ipsos Mori and the RSA has revealed that there are two male workers for every female in the sector, while men make up 95% of Uber drivers and 94% of Deliveroo couriers. 

Even in less visible gig economy roles and sectors which are not traditionally male-dominated, the gender imbalance remains. Will this trend towards male dominance continue? Or will the playing field level out as more workers from traditionally female-dominated creative industries join the gig economy?