How you're doing relative to CPI
The Consumer Price Index (CPI) is a measure of price changes in consumer goods and services and is the most widely used measure of inflation. Unfortunately, CPI is not a good indicator of inflation for most people because it does not measure the prices of many of the goods and services they buy. For example, it does not measure the prices of real assets like houses, stocks, bonds, and commodities. Historically, these asset prices have increased at substantially higher rates than indexed consumer prices.
Since 2011, CPI has increased by 18.87% while your wage has increased by 0%, giving you an adjusted increase of 0%.
Relative to CPI, your current real wage is $ 0.00.