Robust hiring is drawing people into the U.S. labor market, a healthy mix that suggests the economy can run strong without overheating and forcing the Federal Reserve to curb growth with aggressive interest-rate increases. Nonfarm payrolls rose a seasonally adjusted 313,000 last month, the largest monthly gain since July 2016 and well above the average monthly gain in the expansion, the Labor Department said Friday. More than 800,000 Americans joined the labor force for the month, according to the report, many bypassing unemployment and jumping straight into jobs. It was the largest one-month increase in the labor pool since 1983, outside months that included one-time Census hiring. A growing supply of labor, in turn, helped keep the unemployment rate from falling further. It held at 4.1% in February, its lowest level since December 2000, for the fifth straight month. Low unemployment, in theory, creates wage and inflation pressure […]