What alternatives do we have other than 'because'?
'Because' guarantees you will be partially understood at best because unmodified uses of the word 'because' could mean 'solely because' or 'partly because'.
I love music because it gives structure to my day.
Is that the only reason you love music?
What if we list more reasons though?
I took the job because it is nearby and the salary is good.
I destroyed the motor because the car overheated and I kept driving. (bonus dangling)
Composite cause vs. List of independently valid causes vs. cause + independent clause
Would you have taken the job if the job is nearby and the salary is not good?
Would you have taken the job if the job is far away but the salary is good?
Are you using 'and' to join the two complete sentences "The salary is good." with "I took the job because it is nearby."?
Would the motor have been destroyed had you stopped driving?
Would the motor have been destroyed if it had merely overheated?
What do we have available besides 'because' to answer questions and list relevant factors to an outcome that do not exhibit a single issue mentioned here?