BostonGlobe.com Headlines - Nov. 24, 2014 November 24, 2014 Here are highlights from today's Globe: Many can’t get beyond part-time positions: Even though they want full-time jobs, 7 million Americans are working part-time — 3 million more than in 2007. Megan Woolhouse reports. Charlie Baker taps Kristen Lepore for budget chief: Lepore, whose world spans both business and Beacon Hill, would be responsible for managing state coffers. Travis Andersen and Jim O’Sullivan detail the story. Tech firms say Obama’s immigration plan falters on visas: Boston companies said the president’s plan will not help a shortage of well-educated, technologically sophisticated workers. Jessica Meyers reports. Ahead of Ferguson decision, an education in nonviolence: As the nation awaits word on the fate of Darren Wilson, a Boston minister is teaching Missouri activists nonviolent tactics. Akilah Johnson details the story. This is the team we’d hoped Patriots would be: The Patriots have passed the regular-season test and it looks like they are well on their way to the Super Bowl this season. Dan Shaughnessy details the latest. Young lawyers seek to shake up legal profession with mobile apps: A growing group of young, tech-savvy lawyers is dedicated to developing technology to deliver legal services more efficiently. Samar Warsi reports. Beach erosion reveals centuries-old artifacts: The disappearing beaches in Sandwich have solved an old riddle, but also exposed a larger problem that has yet to be solved. Billy Baker details the stories.