Buddhism is centered upon the life and teachings of Gautama Buddha, whereas Jainism is centered on the life and teachings of Mahavira. Buddhism is a polytheistic religion and it's main goal is to gain enlightenment. Jainism is also a polytheistic religion and it's goals are based on non-violence and liberation the soul.
Gautama Buddha (born as Prince Siddhartha)
Buddhists mean those who follow the teachings of the Buddha
To become a Jina(liberated soul).
Place of origin
Monks and Nuns, who unitedly and exactly follow the teachings of the Buddha under the name 'Sangha'.
Goal of religion
To attain enlightenment and be released from the cycle of rebirth and death, thus attaining Nirvana.
To gain liberation, adopt a path of non-violence towards all living beings.
Place of worship
Monasteries, nunneries, pagodas and temples.
Practices of the Threefold Training: Morality, Concentration, and Wisdom.
Birth of Jesus
Not relevant to Buddhism.
Use of statues and pictures
Status of women
No gender bias in Buddhism. In the Discourse related to householders, named 'Tein-gala-wada', certain duties and obligations were mentioned and applied to specific gender i.e. duties of a husband to a wife and vice versa, by the Buddha.
Women can become nuns.
Second coming of Jesus
Irrelevant to Buddhism. Pure Buddhism perfectly rejects such kinds of irrelevant concepts or ideas.
Death of Jesus
Not relevant to Buddhism
Status of Adam
Not relevant to Buddhism and this was merely a created concept which seemed to be imaginary to Buddhists.