Here’s a quick reference for transits. Degrees and times are approximate, but are enough to give a rough idea of how fast various celestial bodies move. Speeds provided are from geocentric perspective. (“Minutes” here are 1/60 of a degree.)
Speed per Day  Time in Sign  Time through Zodiac  

1 degree  1 month  1 year 

13 1/2 degrees  2 1/4 days  27 – 28 days 

1 degree  1 month  1 year 

1 degree  1 month  1 year 

1/2 degree  2 months  a little under 2 years 

about 5 minutes (< 1 degree) 
1 year  12 years 

about 2 minutes  2 1/2 years  29 1/2 years 

about 1 minute  7 years  84 years 

< 1 minute  14 years  165 years 

< 1 minute  21 years  248 years 
I would find it easier if you would outline in a way that shows how many days it takes to move a degree per planet (I’m pretty new to this stuff). So for example, instead of pluto < than 1 minute, how many actual days does it take to move a degree? Thanks!
This might help with the info you’re looking for. And thanks for the feedback!
I am sorry, but Jupiter does not move at 5 degrees per day. That would be 5 times faster than Mercury. I didn’t check the others, but this error really stood out.
Ah, thanks for pointing that out. Jupiter and beyond should have specified minutes, not degrees. Each of them are less than a degree a day, of course, or it would make it round the wheel a year or less. Corrected now!