In late June, a job applicant entered a Chuck E. Cheese in Lexington, Kentucky for a job interview. He then announced plans to rob the place. The interviewer explained that he didn’t have access to the safe where the money is stored. After this announcement, the robber was asked to leave. He did, and the discussion of a second round interview was mysteriously avoided. It wasn’t the best way to launch into a positive working relationship, but we have to assume this particular applicant wasn’t interested in climbing his way up the Chuck E. Cheese ladder. In this case, we won’t venture to guess what his goals were. But we will offer you this advice: If you want to be hired, don’t rob the business. More importantly, understand this: No matter how horribly you flubbed your interview, other candidates have done much worse. According to a recent survey from CareerBuilder, applicants make epic mistakes every day. Read on and to laugh more easily at your own tiny blunders.