I have a number of acquaintances who teach and they say the same thing - they HAVE to report it.
Here's how it works: teacher sees it, immediately turns away and pretends she didn't see it. Then... nothing else happens.
Teachers are just as guilty as the admins for hiding behind the whole 'I have no choice" crap.
My wife's friend said she heard a kid make some joke about his dad "beating him if he did that" - she said she knew it was obviously just a joke. And yet... she reported it anyway. Because she "had" to.
BUT, the robot-repair jobs will require robot-supply services and other robot-related secondary jobs.
Meanwhile, lower cost for some end products or materials could make them turn into higher-order capital goods that can be used to create a whole new industry. These are the things that become the job-producers.
You can't just think about the 1st order jobs created by a new tech.