I think much of the RAW processing is not understood. Unless you copy your images directly from the card and upload, that is the only way shooting jpg is faster. For everything else, processing RAW or jpg takes the same time and effort. Just apply auto correction and export, done.
And apparently you don't understand it. The difference between the processing of a RAW file over jpg it this. When you shoot jpg, you set your camera up with the white balance, picture style and so forth but the main thing is that when you take the photo, your camera then processes the file then burns it onto the memory card. Now when you shoot RAW, you do the same thing but when you take the photo, your camera does not process the file, it just burns the file onto your memory card. Now once you uploaded this onto your computer, you can only do so much with the jpg because your camera already did the processing. Now with the RAW file you do all the processing on your computer yourself which obviously will take longer than a jpg. This is also why RAW files are so much larger than jpgs. The RAW files is still retaining all the information you need to process the file, whereas on the jpgs your camera already processed them so the information does not need to be save with the file so it is deleted, hence the smaller file size. Also if you're just applying auto corrections to all of your files then there is no reason for you to be processing them because that is definitely not the right way to process your files. I honestly cannot believe you are happy with the result of your photos if you auto correct everything. You must have low standards on your results.