From 1979 to 2018, net productivity rose 108.1 percent, while the hourly pay of typical workers essentially stagnated—increasing only 11.6 percent over 39 years (after adjusting for inflation). This means that although Americans are working more productively than ever, the fruits of their labors have primarily accrued to those at the top and to corporate profits, especially in recent years. – Economic Policy Institute
A good stock market and a good economy are not translating into good wages for workers. Workers are doing more, and getting things done quicker and more efficiently, but the bosses are the ones reaping the benefits.