New Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) numbers show most Americans are working harder for less. Increases in productivity (defined as real output per hour worked) have long been associated with increases in compensation for employees. Most of the industries for which BLS has productivity data had increases in both labor productivity and compensation over the 1987–2015 period, however, productivity growth well-outpaced compensation growth in all industries except for mining. For example, productivity in the information industry increased 5.0 percent from 1987 to 2015, while real compensation increased 1.4 percent, and manufacturing productivity increased 3.3 percent, while compensation increased 0.8 percent.
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