I think I have seen someone apparently vacuuming(?) aboard the Enterprise or some starship in some version of Star Trek. But it seems to me that even if advanced AI is avoided -- we only see rare androids/robots in Star Trek -- more primitive robots which farm/clean/serve in restaurants and perhaps cook could exist. But I have not seen them.
Without them, while replicators might mean everyone has food, without robots, someone is still stuck with the jobs most people don't want. Does any episode/movie/book give us an idea of how people are not forced into dangerous or unpleasant jobs or indeed, do such jobs still exist? Is free and advanced medical care available for all and is that effected by either using limited but advanced AI that can do operations?
Is anyone disabled due to inability to pay for operations? Is anyone much shorter than average or too tall or fat or ugly due to inability to get elective medical procedures? Are people within reason allowed to enhance their intelligence using technology? I believe I saw an episode in which it is revealed that Bashir was illegally made much more intelligent than he would have been. (I think he was born subnormal? Not sure recalling correctly.)