So Job descriptions(JD) have become boring, people want to know more than what a typical JD shows. Creating and attaching “A day in the Life” to a JD is a way to make a JD less boring, a way to step it up to the next level. “A day in the Life” is simply a written, almost diary like statement of what a typical day in the life of a professional at your company. You could have “a day in the life” of a PM, a Developer, an Architect, etc. The idea is to let prospective candidates know what it is like
Original source article: The Sourcing Institute