It suggests most jobs are only partly exposed to automation, and are more likely to be complemented than substituted.
Delegates from 187 nations set aside concerns about human rights and migrant workers for Qatar's labor minister to head the International Labor Conference.
High debt, inflation and interest rates are blamed for "a significant divergence" in labor markets around the world.
The number of children without basic social protections is increasing worldwide, UNICEF and ILO say in a new study.
Only 23 nations have ratified the ILO treaty and it has entered into force in 10 of those nations: Argentina, Ecuador, Fiji, Greece, Italy, Mauritius, Namibia, Somalia, South Africa and Uruguay, according to ILO's latest tally. It will take effect in the other 13 nations at various dates next year.
It was the first time that a person's right to work free from violence and harassment was put into an international treaty.