The U.S. economy added 253,000 private, non-farm jobs in May, according to the monthly employment report released this morning by payroll-management firm ADP and its partner Moody’s Analytics. The seasonally adjusted result is a 45 percent increase from April’s downwardly revised 174,000 jobs, and a 336 percent increase over the previous May, when only 58,000 jobs were created. Last month’s report marks the fifth consecutive month of growth in the labor market, and the largest addition of jobs month-over-month in 2017.